Motel 6 Flagstaff East - Lucky Lane
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... center. We saw a movie inside the visitors center and took a self guided tour. You may recognize the array in movies like "Contact", "Terminator Salvation" and "Independence Day".
Now we're hungry so what's better than a place named "Pie Town". A very small village on the continental divide that claims more elk than people. The place survives on pies. The two primary restaurants alternate on days open, so we went to the ...
... sure looked like Arizona.... Saguaro cactus everywhere, which was really cool to see. The sky was partly sunny, with some nice, billowy clouds, but nothing too threatening. Then all of a sudden the landscape changed. The cactus were gone. It was just small scrub bushes. Still Arizona, still the desert, right? We took a short detour off the highway to visit Arcosanti, a small community created in the 70's as an experiment in alternative architecture. It looked like the perfect ...
And so onto Flagstaff at 10,000 feet where I and fellow travellers wheezed. A lot colder than Vegas but really pleasant after all the buzz of the bright city lights. Flagstaff has its own university, a good cultural scene and is home to Gore-tex. We arrived at the Little America Hotel in its own Ponderosa pine forest. Despite wheezing and feeling generally yuk the first night ...
... and pragmatism were so central to his character and success that it is unlikely any other background could have produced such an effective bureaucrat and scholar or such a beacon of the Enlightenment. I am not sure what lessons there are in Wes Powell's life for us today but as I watch the US mid-term elections play out I can't help but think that a little practical experience, some science and a few facts might not be a bad place to start if the current generation wants ...
... Paul took some video of me with our waterproof camera and we haven't been able to put those pictures/video onto the blog. But I promise you, I did it!). The other two followed. It was awesome. I highly recommend it if you are ever in Sedona. I have included a video (18 seconds) of the slide, but it doesn't want to play for me. I hope you will have better luck.
We returned to our hotel, went for a swim, and enjoyed some complimentary appetizers from the ...