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Travel Blogs from Flagstaff
We left Lake Lyman early and headed for the Petrified
Forest National Park about 70 miles North-West.
The wood was knocked down by a volcanic eruption 225 million years ago
and covered in silica rich ash. Which
gradually replaced the wood tissues turning the logs into stone, they look like
wood with the bark, knots and rotten …
As we had over 300 miles to travel today, we thought it best to get an early start though not before I finished off the remains of last nights chocolate chip cheesecake. Our first stop today was the Rio Puerco Bridge which is one of the largest in New Mexico and was built in 1933 by the Kansas Steel Company with the view of it sitting on the old …
The drive from Las Vegas to Flagstaff was again another beautiful drive! We have both successfully mastered driving on the right side of the road! It took us just over 6 hours to get to Flagstaff. We found a great little pub for dinner and then we it became dark we headed to the Lowell Observatory (the observatory where they discovered Pluto) and …
Time to explore the southern bits of the Canyon. Can you believe I've got 15,500 mi on the Vision now, bought it when it had ~ 3400 end of May. The third oil change of the trip is coming up as well as its last big maintenance check until it hits 40k.
Flagstaff is chilly (but then it is at elevation) and expecting rain on Sunday and Monday. And …
Just to spend the night!