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... snapping. Shiny and clean we left sparkling in the sunshine. Back on the road again, Route 66 is under the interstate 40 going west. I checked but there is not a lot to come off for, either not allowing tourists or having to pay for tours. Heading west towards Gallup we carried on. It rained on & off along this stretch, leaving the worst of it behind us, but dirtying our car already. En route we passed by little towns: Rio Puerco - famous for its massive casino ...
... IN ALBUQUERQUE!!!!!!!!!!
It could have been worse I guess!!
We continued through New Mexico towards the state line and the mountainous views were amazing!
We stopped at a roadside stall selling Nevajo jewellery and also at a TIPI store. The store staff were so lovely!!!
En route we were hungry, and not wanting to waste any more time, we popped in for a McDonalds. The lad who served me couldn't believe that he ...
Wow what a busy day. We stopped at a couple of Rt 66 landmark Indian Trading Posts and also a motel in Holbrook that had 10 Teepees that you could stay in. House keeping was cleaning one of the rooms so we stuck our nose in to see it. It's about the same size as regular motel room but the walls are angled in. Plenty of room and the bath is in the back.
Then off to the Petrified Forest National Park. Tons (literally) of petrified wood and ...
... car. After figuring out that they weren't going to move anytime soon we switched to another pump, gassed-up and got back on the road.
As we crossed into Arizona the clocks went back, it looked like we would reach the Painted Desert in good time.
The Painted Desert is a desert of badland in the Four Corners area. The desert is composed of stratified layers of easily erodible siltstone, mudstone, and shale of the Triassic Chinle Formation. These fine grained ...
... and showed us the inside of his double double room - surprisingly spacious (except for the shower - tiny!) and clean and tidy, but the trains...very loud and very long. Glad we were in the more mundane but quiet surroundings of the Travelodge. Bill was also the one who introduced the phrase 'Road Gator' into our lexicon having come across several of the buggers in his time as a biker across the US interstate system.
Partway back from Wigwam Motel ...