Motel 6 Flagstaff East - Lucky Lane
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... feet deep. The twists and turns of the creek create slopes with differing levels of sun and weather, resulting in a variety of vegetation upon every turn. Ponderosa pine and douglas fir on the shady side become pinyon pine and juniper dotted with prickly pear cactus and yucca in the sunny, dry areas. Crazy.
... is so very cheap. Thoughts on the day:- There is a lot of land on this planet that no one inhabits. Lagunitas IPA would be any dog's prized possession. American trucks are cleaner and have more chrome than is needed. The beauty of a landscape can defy description. We are uniquely privileged and fortunate to be doing this. Even amidst all these delights there is a big part of us that wants to be back in Pampelonne with our brilliant mates or home in St Leonard's with the family. ...
... State Park on our way. We were excited for our first hiking excursion, but saddened when the brochure noted that the longest trail was only 0.3 miles. It was still a pristine site to see, especially with its natural water slide. Unfortunately, the water was once again too cold to test it out.
Sedona was an awesome town to visit! We highly recommend it to anyone if they ever have the chance to go. However, one of the store owners approached Paige saying, "Is that ...
... through beautiful forests ...
... could get used to this air, it wasn't humid and horrid as what we mostly breathe in Baltimore.
Moreover, as luck would have it, there was a grocery store across the street.
Not to mention we were on historic route 66.
Anyway, we checked out, ate breakfast and bought some quality food before heading out to Grand ...
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