This year's US Independence Day is a Thursday so we decided to take the Friday off and go on a mini Arizona road trip.
A lake in the middle of the desert.
This is a Roman Catholic Chapel located in Sedona with a wonderful view.
Red Rock BBQ
Where Pop and I shared a plate of ribs for lunch.Yum!!!
Continental Country Club
Where we watched 4th of July fireworks (with matching lightning)
Flagstaff Visitor Center
This is a crater located in Flagstaff. Seeing the size of the crater hole makes you realize how small you are in this big world. Also, mahangin sa labas!
Longest Map in the US
Once upon a time, when Route 66 was still the main thorough fair in the US, there were a lot of hyped up stop overs like the longest map in the US. It is even on Google Now's nearby attractions. :))
Unlike the previous place, this is a volcano crater. We paid a small park fee for this but when we saw it, we don't know what to make of the actual volcano but on the way there we can see miles and miles of lava devastated trees.
While driving around the Sunset Crater, an officer stopped us to inform us that the road is closed (due to bad weather) and that we need to make a detour. Our detour led us here. This area was supposedly closed but we were still able to roam around.
Route 66 Flagstaff
Mini-safari and zoo. They also had a bird show.
The South Rim. Umulan kaya napa-change costume.:p