What a nice little town.
Williams was the first town out of Flagstaff after we left the Grand Canyon. ?We were tired, hungry, and I was damned bitchy at the dumbass Flagstaff drivers who seemed to all be going 20 miles?under?the speed limit. ?All I wanted to do was get out of Flagstaff.
According to this photo, Williams was the last town along “Historic Route 66” to be by-passed by the evil Interstate 40.
I’ll take ’em at their word.
Speaking of words, I think “train” is the word of the day:
The left corner of the tanker had something written on it that caught my eye:
I wondered if he was kin to President Eisenhower. ?Only thing I could find in Googling it was Earl’s obit.
In pedaling around the town I came across this train:
Complete with porters:
I might have taken the train to the Grand Canyon yesterday had I known it existed. ?(Then again, I wouldn’t have been able to climb on rocks at the GC had I taken the train.)