P.S. The reason we were low on gasoline is that I use a fuel additive that is supposed to go in when the tank is near empty. It's a balancing act that sometimes gets a bit shaky.
We left Holbrook early and were soon waving goodbye to it as we drove into the sunrise. (Although in the opposite direction.) Our first stop of the day was the Jackrabbit Trading Post. As we waited out the 15 minutes before they opened, I rode a giant jackrabbit. Inside, the large curio shop was a vast array of souvenirs. Further on, in Winslow, Arizona, we stood on the corner, with "Take it Easy" wafting through the busy square. The next stop was Meteor Crater, the most well preserved impact site in the world. We continued on, through the ghostly, haunting ruins of Two Guns and Twin Arrows. We didn't forget Winona as we went on down the road. We made a long loop up to the Grand Canyon. Our painful wait in line was rewarded by the magnificent views of the canyon. Down in Williams, Arizona, we are lodged at the Canyon Motel and Railroad RV Park. Our room is a 1940s flagstone cabin.
Below: Adrian on the corner of Winslow, Arizona
Bottom: Remains of Twin Arrows Trading Post