Days Inn Flagstaff I-40
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Der Tag fing sehr gut an, das Frühstück im CIS war wie wir es gewohnt sind, es gab Porzellangeschirr und richtiges Besteck und das was geboten wurde an Essen war auch super.
Geplant waren Apache Trail und Tonto Natural Bridge State Park.
Nachdem wir die Rush Hour durch Phoenix hinter uns gebracht hatten, ging es Richtung Apache Trail. …
At this time, it was getting a little colder and there was no warm sun to heat us up. We headed back to camp, and I was worried about the temperature of the creek, because it was getting later and there was no sun, so the water would be pretty cold. We got close to the creek and it was pretty chilly, and we took off our shoes to prepare to cross. The creek was chilling, and I might have took a little wrong path because I ...
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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 ...
... side, some faint scratches on some of the rocks. Too easy to miss, and who knows if they guy were indeed done thousands of years ago or maybe only last Tuesday week?
Back into the buzz of Chloride, we explored Payroll Drive, where Shady Lady has spent many years recycling in her own personal way. I felt glad she was not one of my neighbours.... as the final result is interesting to passers by, but I would be a distinct Nimby if anyone started to replicate her efforts where I ...
... Somehow I remained calm as the tourist couple snapped dozens of pictures of the two of us out on the bridge. After a few minutes Esty went to the other end and calmly stepped a cross a gap in the rock where the drop was about 40-50 feet of open air. I walked back the way I came out. We thanked the couple as we re packed our cameras and sat there admiring the view. The pictures were great. I'll attach a couple to this page.
We made our way back down and spent ...