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... by President Truman. (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_ Truman%27s_relief_of_General_Douglas_Ma cArthur).
We drove us US 180 to the museum which took us through a quite scenic woodlands and ranching area. There were clouds of smoke along the way due to a number of control fires being done. These are to burn off the surface litter to prevent or slow down any real fires. After a bit of banter with the museum staff we got the 'Seniors' rate and were made ...
... I think they wanted some food which I would have bought but they made me mad. Tried to eat my t-shirt and then my bag. Sometimes they made it hard to get into the stores. Check out the pictures. The babies were so cute. They were about a month old. sooooooooooo cuuuuuuute.
We took Rt 66 east out of Oatman - According to ...
... layers (also from the river). The silica in the ash slowly replaced the cellulose in the trees, resulting in quartz formations. Other minerals like iron oxide provided the colors. I'm paraphrasing a video we watched in the visitor's center. Alternative explanation was that the trees looked directly at Medusa. Both sound equally plausible.
It was a good day.
... is so very cheap. Thoughts on the day:- There is a lot of land on this planet that no one inhabits. Lagunitas IPA would be any dog's prized possession. American trucks are cleaner and have more chrome than is needed. The beauty of a landscape can defy description. We are uniquely privileged and fortunate to be doing this. Even amidst all these delights there is a big part of us that wants to be back in Pampelonne with our brilliant mates or home in St Leonard's with the family. ...
Today was a day of outside attractions as we traveled from Gallup to Flagstaff. We started out in the Petrified Forest & Painted Desert National Forest. Note: if you are 62 or over, you can get a lifetime national park pass for $10. The scenery was gorgeous and we spent a lot of time there. Painted desert, petrified forests, petroglyphs, an old pueblo, and the old 66 marker. We had lunch in Holbrook, AZ at Joe and Aggie's Cafe. We also saw ...