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... logs that are on display.
Okay here is the history lesson. A few million years ago before the dinosaurs, other crocodile like reptiles lived in this area. The area at that time was a vast floodplain, with grass lands and tall trees. The trees fell into the streams and silt covered them up depriving them of oxygen. This groundwater contain silica and this seeped into the wood and petrified it. It looks like hard glass that has many ...
... that we received the only room without a star’s name, so she is just imagining that Clark Gable stayed in our room.
After checking in, we made a reservation for dinner in the Turquoise Room. We quickly cleaned up then walked around the property, inside and out. You can imagine the train pulling up right in front of the hotel and dropping off the famous and wealthy. The gardens are lovely and fragrant. Every corner ...
... of the crater’s origin was eventually vindicated and accepted by the scientific community.
From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meteor_Cra ter:
The crater is about 1,200 m (3,900 ft) in diameter, some 170 m deep (570 ft), and is surrounded by a rim that rises 45 m (148 ft) above the ...
... to fathom the size until you are there to see with your own eyes. We walked thru the visitor center and shop and also ate lunch outside under an awning.
It was approaching 3pm by this time, so time to head out and get down the road - making our way home now.
We continued on Hwy 64 east, then 89, 160, 264 then 87 on in to Winslow which puts us back on I-40. One of our last stops was out in the middle ...
We have our Complimentary Breakfast at our campground (a first this trip) and head out in bright sunshine.
- Leave Albuquerque at a chilly 5C and bright sunshine heading for Holbrook Arizona. The scenery today is far nicer with lots of Mesa's at first then we get into ancient desert river valleys and it is really pretty with the red rock and bright yellow fall trees! ...