Best Western Pony Soldier Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at the base of a mountain with hills and the local variety of trees. Very picturesque. One thing we have noticed over the last couple of days is the sheer volume of train traffic (our travels have taken us alongside a fair deal of railway lines). Some of the trains have up to seven locomotive units, some with all the lococs at the front of really long, double decker carriage systems and others with three in the front and two pushing from the end. So ...
... the lads their due there was no panic just sound advice such as 'Slow Down' and 'Don't touch the brakes' Easing off on the speed and 'Feathering' the brakes sorted the problem. I had forgotten that 1) We were in 2 wheel drive mode and 2) You had to switch on the 4 wheel drive mode manually. This just shows how far behind some US manufacturers are with car design.
The good bit about it was that for once JR was not taking videos of his feet and he caught all of it ...
... you know who you are… ;-)
We also drove through Sedona, a very new age/hippy town apparently as it is supposed to have a great spiritual presence there. The red rocks surrounding it were beautiful.
We walked through the main street that had about a 100 t-shirt and souvenir shops on it and happened upon a little store that had a list and photos of all the westerns ever filmed there, about 40 ...
we stayed in kingman lastnight. Rhett was pretty annoyed of the car by the time we got there. been trying to get good drive chunks in during his naps. we had breakfast at the hotel, and have seen lots of hot rods and classic cars along the highway today. we are stopped in flagstaff for a bit now. some shopping, Starbucks, and about to head to a park for Rhett to chill out again. pictures to ...
... the way we came which gave us a different perspective.
When we got back to the entrance to the park we discovered that the Shultz Pass Road (opposite end that we took earlier in the day) was right there....so down we went to see if we could get through. This part of the road was the remnants of the fires from last year. It was sad to see the devastation on this half of the mountain with burned trees and stumps but they have planted more to help ...