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... the Hoover Dam always impresses and the Art Deco design tops it all off.
Next stop Kingman about an hour and a half down Highway 93 with a short stint on Route 66. A stop at Denny's then towards Flagstaff turning off at Ash Fork on Highway 89. All very scenic, even Mel had to agree! Most of the town were typically uninspiring with the exception of Jerome an artisan village halfway down a mountain. Lots of eateries, galleries ...
Saturday, May 18 – We left Bonito Campground and drove the 13 miles to Flagstaff to shop at Napa and Wal-Mart for supplies. I thought George was going to get mugged in the Wal-Mart parking lot, after he came back out with food. A guy wanted our food or George to give him money so he and his brother could get something to eat. They don't want just a $1 anymore they want $20.
... mind you. So he chatted away and pumped our tire (tyre) then he offered to sell it to us for $5.00 plus tax.. I Kid you not.. We felt sorry for him so we Bort it...lol poor guy. We set off again with no more dramas. Dropped steve just in time and then jack was navigator and me driving... We got lost immediately. Finally got back on the interstate then pulled off at a huge best buys... William got ...
... The area is called Red Rock Country for good reason. The rock formations were spectacular as the shimmered in the afternoon sun. We made a few photo stops to capture the beauty of this unique region. It is not a sight anyone could forget.
And so this journey ends. Sunday I was stuck in a meeting most of the day, so we did not go out. Tomorrow morning we head to Phoenix for our flights home.
Arizona is truly an amazing place. From fierce desert heat to the ...
... a pre-Columbian cultural group that lived in Walnut Canyon from about 1100 to 1250 AD
c). Meteor Crater is a meteorite impact crater approximately 70 km east of Flagstaff.
It is about 1.2 km in diameter, some 170 m deep and is surrounded by
a rim that rises 45 m above the surrounding plains. The center of the crater is
filled with 210–240 m of rubble lying above crater bedrock.
The age of the crater is approx ...