When we left Winslow, we just had one night left before our flight home, which we spent in Flagstaff. On the way we stopped off at Meteor Crater – 550 feet… Read more Farewell Arizona →
Our next stop was Winslow, via the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert – remnants of 225 million years ago when Arizona was a swamp. Minerals in the water seeped through… Read more Standin’ on the corner of Winslow, Arizona… →
Canyon de Chelly (pronounced Shay) is easy to get into – it’s less than 1000 feet deep – but there is only one place you can do it unaccompanied, the… Read more Canyon de Chelly →
What can I add to the torrent of words that have been written about the Grand Canyon? How can I describe it? I’d seen pictures, of course, but my eyes… Read more The Grand Canyon →
Back in the days when this blog was young (2011), and I thought it would be an easy job to write a retrospective travel diary, I started with our trip to… Read more Sedona →
We visited Page after we’d been to the Grand Canyon in 2009. Between 1960 and 1963, the Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona was constructed, resulting in the creation of Lake… Read more P is for Page and Lake Powell →
For the last few years, our holiday pattern has been the same. Just after Christmas, we look at the BA website to see which North American city near a National… Read more Memories of Phoenix →
An introduction to Anabel.