Travelodge - Grants
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Nice place, fair price!
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... through the craggy, moulded rock walls of the O-Bar-O Creek - stopping at a cow trough to fill up our water containers - to our destination at the Beaverhead Work Centre, where, for the first time on the road in New Mexico there was not only water at our camp spot, but an actual tap (although bizarrely after so many hundreds of miles of complete dryness, we'd also passed a lake left over from a previous flash flood a couple of miles before ). We're camping with Scott and ...
... to push our timetable and visit this park a day early. The timing was nothing short of perfect, we waited outside the bat cave for about 5-10 minutes. At first there were a few bats coming out but promptly after we saw those few bats came thousands more! No exaggeration either, thousands of bats came pouring out of this cave and we were sitting just outside of it and were able to witness it all. It took 15 minutes for all of the bats to make it out and it was amazing! I had ...
... wood area. We did see some nice areas of the Painted Desert however. The air was so clear that the San Francisco mountain range was visible 120 miles away. It did not show up well in the photos. Within the Painted Desert was the historic Painted Desert Inn which was built between 1937-1940 and is now a National Historic Landmark.
We decided to stop in Grants, NM.
Tomorrow we will push farther east.
... back to Sedona? We departed the next morning around 7:30am. From the get to, the trip proved challenging. One at least 6 occasions the truck's transmission went into it's weird overdrive, requiring me (who was driving) to slow to a crawl and hug the breakdown lane. Adding insult to injury, we noticed first thing that the speedometer was no longer working, and the mileage was not turning over. It seemed as soon as spirits took a turn upward, someone was telling a funny story ...
... of the pool of water there and they would leave there name of record there was only one woman that left her name Miss A.F. Bailey she was a rebel the yr. 1858. The view was wonderful we took so many pictures im sure more than anyone on the Mesa! haha.
We went to Sky City today we didn't have to walk to we rode up on the hill its a sandstone butte that rises 400ft. in the air and its still inhabited an has been inhabited since the 12th century ...