Motel in the Pines
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... was pretty scruffy. JB noticed it had 331,000 miles on the clock.
To be honest the main drag in the old town is not that impressive but we had a pretty good, but not cheap, meal in what I think was Pastos but I did not note it at the time. After a short wander, when we noticed just how cool it had got compared to Wickenburg, we went to be bar in the Monte Christo Hotel before calling it a night and getting another old taxi back to the motel.
Made it to Flagstaff, better late then never.
We didn't get out 'til almost 3 and had a trip and a half. Â Many folks escaping the heat and diving like nuts.
Mike and Sarah hosted dinner with pork and pineapple kabobs and had other valley heat refuges, Â Kurt and Michelle and Jackie and Lee from the valley.
About 8 mpg going from 1800 ft to 7000 ft at $3.75 a gal
... around, though a small population or spread out trail running areas mean I haven't seen runners everywhere. It isn't just for running, either - Flagstaff is at just under 7000 feet, putting it right in the sweet spot for altitude training, but that also makes it icy and with snow-capped mountains for skiers. In 2004, Northern Arizona University’s Center for High Altitude Training was designated a ...
... which was just like going down ...
... and was shaped. in some areas the ground was pretty smooth with small divits while other parts were large slabs of rock in together. it was about 45 degrees in the cave and we had flashlights and a lantern to see. it was out in the boondock in the forest on a bumpy dirt road. the Big Rolling **** took the ride alright! then we made our way to ...