Route 66 Day 14
There are, as anyone who knows me will attest, damned few things that will get me out of bed willingly at 6.00 am. One of those things, however, is the prospect of watching sunrise in Monument Valley, especially when I don't even have to get out of my pyjamas to do it.
As we were all going to stay in Sedona for a few days, there were a few things to do in Flagstff first. We had to get Vanessa added onto the car hire contract as an extra driver; we had to locate one of the old Route 66 giant figures for vanessa (who had missed the ones earlier on the trip); and we had to head back East to see the most famous meteor crater on Earth. Finally we got meal in Flagstaff's Galaxy Diner, which is a Route 66 classic.
No special musical theme today, so here's a song we heard on the radio which I hadn't known but rather enjoyed.
And from the same lady (plus her brother) here's one I found which celebrates the 18-wheelers old and new we've been enjoying watching on the roads.
UPDATE: I suppose as we came through the marvellously-named Tuba City in Coconino County, AZ, I should have selected this: