Days Inn I-40/Flagstaff
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... definitely remains one of the 7 wonders of at least my world because I feel no more educated than I did prior to watching that film. I was, however, extremely pleased by the aerial views they used to capture the essence of the Grand Canyon. Even though there really is no better way to see the thing than to see it for yourself! Post-movie, we rolled into lunch at Bedrock City, where a few teammates decided to pay the $2 to ...
... ruin, I waited in the car it was cold and windy. He had a great look around and found a heap of old pottery bits. So off we went to the last one, and then turned around so I could have a look at the bits he found. They where terrific. Some decorated' some rims of dishes, some plain. Some broken arrowheads.. Maybe. It was a pretty good day.
Now we are headed to Winslow to stop the night away from the train line, and heading off in ...
... losing his CDL once we process the video... That threw us off course for about 30 minutes...we called it an early evening in Flagstaff, AZ. Had a delicious dinner at an eclectic place called Tinderbox Kitchen...I had Venison and David had a meatloaf that had veal, bison and another meat. Everything was delicious.
New Mexico is STILL our fav so far. Enjoy the pictures.
Love to all,
David & Leah
... father. Catherine began more slowly and cautiously, but she conquered her fears of climbing into the barrel and crossing the swinging ladders, and proceeded through the whole course without falling. Sam Jackson purposely fell a few times (to test his harness, I’m sure), and also released the emergency call, “Guide, Guide, Guide!” to indicate the need for assistance. The Guide immediately responded, and Sam Jackson’s query was ...
... t and has been preserved at its 1937 glory is the El Rancho the only highlight of a visit to Gallup. We both agreed that Motels have a definite shelf life. Next up was a fabulous visit to the Petrified forest. The guide book gave no indication of why the forest was so scared, but the stones really looked like wood. So much so that a confused dog peed on one. We braved warm gale force winds on a couple of short hikes and will have trouble picking highlight photos from ...