Whispering Pines Resort
Travel Blogs from Pinetop
Our day started very early with sunrise in Monument Valley Tribal Park, Utah. It was beautiful and very surreal when a Navajo Indian sang amongst the mountain backdrop with amazing natural acoustics.
Breakfast was very typical continental affair, a bit disappointing with fruit loops and tropic anna orange on the menu but we were very grateful for 'normal' food. A short final jeep ride returned us tour car. We were tired, sandy and a little bit smelly but ...
... br> attractive section of ladies shopping. The only drawback is you can not wear
them each of the time, because you can damage the look off your feet.
Shoes become more and much more beautiful, but these are not necessarily
comfortable, as well as in some cases some may even hurt foot or another body
parts. However, the admissions officer is forming the first impression in
regards to you, ...
Flagstaff to Show Low.
It was a very cold night in Flagstaff and we woke to find snow on the mountain behind the hotel.
We left Flagstaff and by this time it was warm and sunny and no wind.
We rode to Sedona through a lovely red rock canyon. We did not stop in Sedona it is a very large tourist town people everywhere so ...
... free if you eat the lot! Now that my friends is just over 2 kilos! I can only say no wonder the Americans (well a
lot of them) look like they do!!! How
gross is that!
Off and out of Gallup
literally. Just as I am putting in the
GPS my directions for the wigwam motel it comes up with some 10 plus hours
drive????? So go back into the hotel and check on the web, ohhhhh noooooooo
there are 2 wigwam motels, one in LA and ...
Actually, Sophia Rose has been tossing around for about 9 months. She decided to come early and hide. Then she came early and hid again. And again. And again!
This little lady wanted to get here pronto. Finally, the Doctors decided to take matters in their own hands and meet Sophia at the Bun Door and OUT she ...