Motel 6 Flagstaff West-Woodland Village
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... Tom had a very good green chile cheeseburger and Irene a hamburger, both with hand cut fries. Then came the yummy pies - pecan and three berry. Both excellent. We arrived a little late so we were lucky to get last pieces of each. By the time we left most of the pies were gone. They don't bake more than they sell. The restaurant was a friendly mix of travelers all seemingly going somewhere, like us.
Back on the lonely ...
... of place to visit, and I thought I had read on the website we could walk around without paying for the guided tour. So we drove the mile and a half down a dirt road to nowhere to check it out. But when they said the guided tour was required, we quickly turned around and left. Back on the highway the clouds had become darker, the temperature had dropped considerably, it was windy, and we even saw a few raindrops along the way. Pretty soon we even saw a few trees, but we kept ...
... acclimatized ready for Christmas brunch. The mimosas kept on coming and the food was amazing, the spider crab legs being just one high spot. A walk round the forest after brunch and a leisurely day spent in beautiful surroundings. My bedroom in one of the lodges was massive and every channel on TV was showing the same corny film on loop. A restful day in a wonderful ...
... empty Cicada shells attached to trees. We took a lot of them, and stuck them to our clothes. After a while, we finally made it to Beaver falls. Beaver falls is the farthest beavers go upstream. It isn't a giant waterfall, but instead a series of small waterfalls that create pools of water.
We climbed down some ladders and reached Beaver falls. After spending some time there, we climbed back out, and had lunch. After lunch, we hiked back to our ...
... remembered as fondly; that and a little 19th century optimism.
For more on John Wesley Powell: Wallace Stegner, Beyond the Hundredth Meridian, John Wesley Powell and the second opening of the west, New York, Penguin, 1954.
The map I have included was lifted from the following paper: The Colorado Plateau Region, In Wilderness at the Edge: a citizen proposal to protect Utah's canyons and deserts, Utah Wilderness Coalition, Salt Lake City, 1990.