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Decided to leave California as we would have fun traveling but would spend all of our house hunting money - plus we cannot visit the forests as they are on fire, so we will come back for sure. I have always wanted to go to San Francisco and to see the giant trees. We have spent quite a bit of time researching and want to go to a smaller city with a good music scene. Denton, Texas seems to tick all of the boxes on paper, so we are heading ...
... Ranger Rich who was probably a flower child of the 60’s. He kept telling jokes that he thought were hilarious. Not so much! Poor Ranger Rich.
We then headed to the Petrified Forest National Park and the Painted Desert. It was pretty awesome. There were tons of petrified trees around the park. The boys began having fun with their photography skills. They enjoyed the climbing and exploring the most. ...
... and we can see Winslow from here. It is quiet; until the coyotes start to yip for their hunting party to start looking for dinner.
Today we seem to be getting rained out. Not a torrential down pour (Arizona only get 6”-9” of rain a year!) but enough to keep us inside. So we play some cards, watch some TV, straighten up a bit and watch the rain.
Still overcast but we head into Winslow ...
... The last time we were here it was 106 degrees; now it was 77 and drizzling.
Continuing east, we enjoyed the change of scenery; the low desert that turned into high desert; the sprinkling of Joshua trees, the volcanic rock (where the heck did that come from?), the sage brush, the juniper. The long low line of a train cutting it’s way across the desert. The clouds blanketing the mountains with their shadows. It was like seeing ...
... R66 shopping. Finally took advantage of some great photo opportunities with local vehicular celebs.
The Sat Nav told us it was a mere 1 hr 23 min through Flagstaff to the Barringer Crater so off we went. The crater is something I've longed to see since I can remember. My Dad had this A2 sized Reader's Digest Nature book (that I am now in ownership of - thanks Dad!) that has a picture of the crater. And true to the promise - we arrived at this bloody great big hole ...