« Road Trip Snapshots | Main | Daring Bakers: Opéra Cake! »

May 22, 2008

Comments

Belllini Valli

Nothing like having a great time on a road trip:D

Manggy

There's... Just a brick wall with a window on it? How surreal!
Nothing is worth sunburn!! :P Nice to hear from you, I hope you enjoy the rest of the trip!

Sorry to "out" you, Jack, but HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! :p :p :p

Kimberly Ann

Sounds like a great road trip! Great photos.

frenchtart

now look what you did. i want a root beer float!

it must be so nice to get out of dodge and go on a roadtrip. sounds like you guys are having a great time!

Ruth E

I'm so jealous. I'd love to see the Grand Canyon someday.

giz

Great shots Ann. There's something about that saloon thing that makes me want to scream Yee Haw. I love this travelling the country vicariously. I don't even have to pay for the gas.

Pasticcerra

Classic western road trip. Great shots. They remind me of the great family road trip as a kid through Rt66 and then several others over the years in the west. Nice to enjoy the trip with you two.

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

Ooh, so cool. That meteor crater! Never been there. I would love all the facts about it.

Zenchef

What an incredible trip. I gotta do it someday. The meteor crater is surreal!

Sophie

This is awesome!!

I am so jealous (and so are Perch and Trout... I asked them too)

xoxo

Lore

Gorgeous photos! They make me feel like I'm there too as I almost got scared of heights :)

Sandie (Inn Cuisine)

Terrific photos! Before we married, my husband lived in Flagstaff and loved it. To this day, we talk about moving out there. But at this point in our lives, a vacation would be much more practical!

Myfrenchkitchen

thanks for this delightfyl roadtrip. I love the photos...hope I can go dosn this route one day.
ronell

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Loved meteor crater! And I remember the dollar bills all over!

Donna

Hey Ann, great photos. Oatman is one of my all time favorite places - were the burros out? And did you stop in Ed's Camp? Even stranger than Oatman, to my mind. Really a trip through time, isn't it?

The comments to this entry are closed.

re·dact

Our Adopted Blog