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... a 20 min return trip to the ice cave. Solid ice inside a deep cavern down some steep stairs. Hard to believe anything could stay frozen with the heat outside but the lava stone must be insulating it. We next walked the 40 min return trip up to the rim of the small volcano - over black sand and uneven black lava rocks - climbing to just over 150ft. We saw the hollowed out crater of the now dormant volcano, and the hard black remains of the lava flow that ...
... From there we headed out east again.
Laurie wanted to go to the petrified forest and painted desert. They're not one of the major national parks, not having a campground or anything like that. Information is vague and spotty, and we thought it was actually two different parks...but it turns out it's only one. It's like one side of the road is painted desert and the other is petrified forest.
To be honest, it was a ...
... our feedback and leave with the apple pies I forgot to mention earlier..... There's a few Route 66 must see icons along the next stretch. We all ride the jackrabbit at Jackrabbit and we stop to take photos at the corner in Winslow Arizona made famous by the Eagles song - Take it easy. Another 20 miles or so along the road we come to the big hole in the ground. The meteor crater is the Most Fascinating and Significant Meteor Impact Sites on Earth......of course it is. It's a ...
We left AB today and began the journey on to Arizona. We had a few stops as usual. The first was at the famous El Ranch hotel. Here we saw the stunning entryway and where lots of famous stars have stayed. We then travelled on and crossed into Arizona going back another hour! We are now 7 hours behind the Uk and we still have 1 more time zone to go through! We are now on Arizona time. The next stop was the Painted desert in the Petrified Forest. It ...
... Route 66 in the billboards, rest stops, and Indian trading posts. We also passed Winslow, AZ another song famous from a song, this time the Eagles' "Take it Easy" ("Standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona"). We got off I-40 in Holbrook, another old Route 66 town to US 180 where we would enter the southern portion of the Petrified Forest/Painted Desert National Park. The Park is laid out along a 28 mile road with visitor's centers ...