Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn
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Distance traveled: 430 miles
We spent the first few minutes in the morning enjoying coffee in our rainbow-chosen campsite. It gets to be quite chilly in the mountains of New Mexico, even in July, so the coffee was more than welcome.
After tearing down camp, we proceeded back from whence we came. Due to the fact that we have a plan on Wednesday, we decided to go back toward Albuquerque and take the ...
We soon came to an unspoken agreement regarding our respective roles for the road trip. My responsibility was to negotiate any winding mountainous routes while Mum squealed at me, "stay in the middle of the road!" Since her eyes were shut in fear, I could pretend to follow this dubious advice while I worked my way down blind bends all the way down to beautiful Sedona - an expensive and exclusive hippy town surrounded by an array of red rock formations.
Mum's duty lay with ...
I wrote one of the longest blogs ever about our visit to the Hopi reservation located at/on Second Mesa and then lost the whole thing. This entry will be much shorter.
Second Mesa is one of the three mesas that house most of the Hopi nation. Actually, only a small number live on the mesa proper. Probably only about 200 people live up there. The vast majority live below the mesa or further out on the mesa. The houses ...
These two canyons are both on Indian Reservations, so the rules on visitation are a little murky. There are no signs advertising the presence of either place, but there are no gates on the roads so I suppose the local Indian families just don't desire too much traffic nearby. Coal Mine Canyon is very easy to access, being only a half mile off the highway, but you wouldn’t know it was ...
Waking up in Red Feather Lodge, we wondered how sane we were attempting to visit the Grand Canyon on Labor Day! (Kinda ironic its Labor Day here.... and in Australia!!)
We arrived at the Canyon at about 9, and not to be disrespectful to one of the 7 wonders of the world, although it was interesting to see..... it was kinda a let down after Zion and Bryce and Yosemite. The Grand Canyon is apparently the most visited place on Earth... which makes ...