We left San Antonio and spent the next 3 days travelling. We stopped in El Paso for the night, and were up early on our way to Las Cruces, NM to have a bit of fun at the White Sands missile range. We went sand sledding. It was a blast, but I did bruise my tailbone racing some kids to the bottom of a dune. That sand is harder than it looks.

While we were driving through White Sands, I was amazed at seeing signs like “Secret US Government Laser Test Facility,” thinking how un-secret it was to have a sign out front. The government works in strange ways.

After a morning of playing around, we moved on. We drove to Tucson, where it was 108 degrees Fahrenheit, and spent the night. The next day, we headed north to see Sedona, and ended this leg, to spend the next two nights in Flagstaff, which we used as a base to check out the Grand Canyon. Thus ended the first week of the trip…


The Grand Canyon:

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SiGraybeard · July 28, 2017 at 10:08 pm

Thanks for the memories!

I haven't been in the Sedona to Grand Canyon area since the early 90s.

I wasn't prepared for Sedona. I think it was prettier than the Grand Canyon, just smaller.

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