Econo Lodge Lucky Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us down the road smoothly and safely. I had installed a new remote tire pressure monitor which gave us PSI and temperatures of all 6 RV tires plus Mr. Toad's 4 tires in rotating fashion. Yikes, I was a little concerned as I monitored their temps and pressure. The right outside rear tire is 9-10 lb lower than others which caused it's mate, the right inside rear tire, to have to handle more weight, subsequently raising it's temp and pressure close to what were ...
... of these National Parks that he seemed worthy of a little more attention. A quick survey of a bookshop turned up four monographs on Powell from which we selected one by Wallace Stegner who had authored several other works we had enjoyed. It was an excellent choice. The Wes Powell who jumped from the pages of Stegner's work was much more than the intrepid expeditioner we had expected. In many ways, Powell was an archetype of those 19th Century titans who ...
... 160; Kayenta is located 25 miles (40 km) south of Monument Valley. Tuba City - located within the Painted Desert near the western edge of the Navajo Nation. Tuba City is noted for dinosaur tracks, found about 5 miles (8 km) west. O/N ...
... We checked out a few, and skipped more that we wanted, but we had a really nice time.
We actually got several recommendations from people about things to do, but with limited time we decided on a few of the free activities nearby. We started out by visiting Sunset Crater and Wupatki Ruins National Monuments on Thursday. The crater was cool, and I had no idea there was so much volcanic history in Arizona. We ...
... had two nice cliff dwellings to see and ordinarily with the word "National" in it, we wouldn't stop, but we thought we might be able to see something from the road. We did see a beautiful canyon with a good description of how vegetation differs at the different canyon levels - for example, trees grow at the bottom of the canyon because there is shade and water accumulates there - even ...