Super 8 Motel Holbrook
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... Then we went up to 7,335 ft near Flagstaff (could see snow on a mountain). The vegetation kept changing too - and the geology. An amazing change during the day.
We've just been to Denny's (a Diner type chain I believe). It was great! Bryan had a couple of beers and I had a couple of wines. My wine 'glass' had a rip top like a yoghurt container! This trip is so much fun!
... before you reach the little town. Laguna - through Rocky Mountains, looked a Deserted village on a mount, not open to tourists. Acoma Pueblo - Haaku museum at base of Mesa to sky city. Famous for having the oldest North American communities, since 1150 AD. Great views of the expanse pliant and Mt. Taylor. Grants - uranium mining, only a museum to visit so not worth the uranium exposure to stop. Reached the 2000 mile mark from when we got the car. Gallup - trotting in for ...
... IN ALBUQUERQUE!!!!!!!!!!
It could have been worse I guess!!
We continued through New Mexico towards the state line and the mountainous views were amazing!
We stopped at a roadside stall selling Nevajo jewellery and also at a TIPI store. The store staff were so lovely!!!
En route we were hungry, and not wanting to waste any more time, we popped in for a McDonalds. The lad who served me couldn't believe that he ...
... but was once a real town and then several attempts at a tourist trap but it is still a site (believed to be cursed) with a rich history involving Indian battles and local folklore. The remaining structures were very cool. One building in particular read "Mountain Lions" on the front and was once the sites zoo. It held Arizona native creatures like bobcats, mountain lions and various reptiles but the animal pens were composed of chicken wire and wood. I ...
We stopped to look around the gift shop at the south exit and I purchased some fossil wood for my collection, then after polishing off an ice cream cone and looking around the ranger station and museum we exited the park.
As we exited the park we could see two roadside rock shops on either side of the road, and stopped to take a look. The first shop we went into contained several very large petrified wood specimens, as big as any modern day large tree stump, ...