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Today our road trip really begins with some 300 miles to cover including a stretch on the historic Route 66. We start by visiting the Welcome to Vegas sign, cue cheesy Kodak moment!
Then it's time to bid farewell to Vegas and head to Hoover dam. We visited the dam when we were in the USA 8 years ago and wanted to revisit to see how much …
Hey it's Matt's birthday.
What a neat way of celebrating it by going to Arizona's Red Centre.
As we left Flagstaff we were excited by a rain storm, but the tourists weren't happy as there were flash floods along the route down to Sedona, so they couldn't pull off the road to camp.
The first impression one gets is wow everywhere is red, but there are contrasts of white sandstone woven between the rocks.
The heat after ...
Up bright and early this morning and headed north from Scottsdale. First stop up in the Black Hills of Yavapai County more than 5000 feet above sea level was the city of Jerome which is basically a ghost town - it was once a booming copper mining town of more than 10,000 people but now only around 400 call it home. Yummy breakfast at the Mile High Cafe before visiting the ghost town.
After winding our way through the scenic Black Hills we arrived in the town ...
... with little wooden bridges. So we are hiking right along, heading back down, Deb is in the lead and sees some movement on the path. Did we mention that this is rattlesnake season? Well, you never saw somebody back up the trail so fast. So we looked at the rattler and he looked at us...no rattling, just flicking his tongue and checking us out. Well, we left the path and climbed down the rocks, hoping they wouldn't slide and got out of there pronto! That was ...
... pretty in its own way with different, less crowded views of the canyon then further west. We only stopped a couple of times for pictures. We did stop at Tusayan ruin and museum which was interesting because of the information it has of early life in the canyon. The children were ok walking through it. We then ended up stopping at Desert View visitor center & watchtower which had some lovely & different views of the area. It was possible for ...