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... we realised that it was heading north. Back on track, we followed the mother road and passed by Manuelito Chapter, now in Indian country & settlements of chief yellow horse. Stopping off just the other side of the state border in Arizona at Tee Pee & Yellow Chiefs trading post. Then passing shortly after was fort courage and then it was just open plains for miles with nothing in sight, but a flat horizon after all the Rocky Mountains we had just come thru. ...
... to be there, but we were wrong. The parking lot was already filling up and as we neared the entrance to the cave there was a huge family group with young kids venturing down. This of course was obnoxious because they went so slow, and the entrance is not only small but very rocky, steep and narrow to traverse down. We got around the family and with flashlights in hand we made our way deeper into the cave. What a sight! The ground changed from huge rocks ...
... and amethyst or quartz crystals sometimes formed. Much of the wood looks like it was cut with a chain saw but it is actually the natural way that the logs broke. There were 9 species of trees (conifers) and all are now extinct. Jasper Forest and Crystal Forest are two of the biggest concentrations. This is the only park where I can say that I saw every point of interest and hiked every trail. I did the whole thing. Definitely one of my top ...
... contain abundant iron and manganese compounds which provide the pigments for the various colours of the region.
We arrived at the Painted Desert and to our delight found that the National Park was practically empty. After a short look around the visitors centre we hopped back into the car and started our scenic drive around the park.
The scenic drive is about 28 miles long; as you enter the park through the north entrance you travel through the Painted Desert ...
... town just north of Williams on the road to the Grand Canyon). I like rocks! I bought a couple new specimens, then we were off to Holbrook, AZ. We had dinner at a passable Chinese restaurant (not run by Chinese, but Hispanics). The egg foo yong was very good, and I'd never had chicken corn egg drop soup before.
Tomorrow is the Petrified Forest National Park and the Painted Desert!