Rodeway Inn & Suites Iris Garden
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... course stunning. We could worry about the presentation the following morning after a dip in the jacuzzi and a good nights sleep in the king size bed. The following morning having donned our finest garments we hid our backpacks in our vehicle and walked wealthily over to the presentation room in our flip flops. We had a tour around the grounds on a golf buggy before the *********** one sale began. Obviously we couldn't tell the sales person ...
... including the jail that was used to imprison many gunfighters. The landscape was dry table lands and one could imagine cow boys riding along the railway. Had coffee in a German/American cafe. The carrot cake serving was the size of a whole cake - take away box again.
On highway to William we were surprised to find heavily forested slopes of pine trees. These were Pinya and Juniper Pines as we were about 5,000 feet. We had ...
Had a really leisurely day today, only did about 100 miles and spent time being tourists and sightseeing. Left Holbrook after breakfast in Aggies Cafe and went to Winslow, which was made famous by the Eagles, Take it easy song. Had photos at the statue and had a nice wander around town. Then went to Meteor Crater, the largest and best preserved crater in the world, it was very impressive. Arrived in Flagstaff last night and went into ...
... Creek Crossing. The first two names he suggested were too long for the Post Office to accept, so he finally decided he would name it after his wife and that was the one that was accepted, so Sedona it was!
It's a cute little town of close to 10,000, mostly second homes. The main street is filled with the kinds of shops you would expect in a tourist town, but the views are breathtaking. Lots of places to hike if that's your thing, but Nick and i ...
... of the KFC to show you that even fast food restaurants are designed to blend into the surrounding environment. McDonald's had to change the color of their golden arches for the same reason.
Friday, October 11 -- pushing me East
It was 36 degrees in Sedona at 7 am this morning, but no frozen water hose. Flagstaff (about ½ hour north) had snow yesterday. Apparently, this first snow of the season broke ...