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We left early around 9 (early for us). Stopped on the way to have a break at the scenic lookout, overlooking the Mohave Lake/dam? Very remote and desolate. Then onto Williams for a look around at all the Memorabilia reRoute 66. Fascinating town but only had a short stay, as had to press on to see the Grand Canyon and it was very Grand! We had a storm whilst there and ...
... her while she does it.
We head off for another place called Tuzigoot. It's a pueblo up on a hill. The people who lived here a thousand years ago knew what people have known for centuries. If you control the high ground.....you CONTROL. They built their homes up on the hill, in sight of the next one. This sort of created a chain of pueblos. They grew crops, hunted, made pottery and tools....all the things people ...
... packed me up with Thanks Giving left overs - so as it was I did not get to experience any restaurants in Sedona but I hear they are very good. I decided to stay in Sedona for 3 nights (2 days) and I managed to go on a Pink Jeep tour at sunset (highly recommended - photos and commentary attached), star gazing tour (which was OK but would be nicer in the warm months), and a hike through some of the beautiful country side of Sedona (photos and commentary attached). As I was ...
... of telegraph poles to signify the old route. Also an old dodge car was parked on the side
of the road. We then headed on to
Flagstaff and found a Days Inn to stay for the night and use the Wi-Fi connection
to plan the next leg of the trip. We
shall split up tomorrow, I will head up north to the Grand Canyon National Park
and Moab whereas Chris and Ben will head South-West towards ...
... Water and Kentuck Knob, two homes he designed for local gentry.
The next picture shows you what an expert I've become at backing into a campsite. Surprised myself on this one. Notice how little space there is on each side of the MH.
I walked into town this morning (about a mile) and took the trolley tour to the Seven Canyons area (see pics). Check out the pictures of downtown ...