From Santa Fe, another long drive – this time into Arizona. Our final destination, Seligman, is a town in the middle of the desert, and we only chose this for logistical reasons – half way to Los Angeles.

Another day on the interstate, but this time we have some great cloud formations and interesting terrain.

At lunch time, we found a chance to deviate to a scenic area 10 miles off the freeway. Harvey goes off-road.

Our lunch spot with a view.

It doesn’t look like it, but there’s a huge cliff behind them, we were all being very careful and practicing good listening skills.

An impromptu show performed at the cliff’s edge – why not?

Typical lunchtime antics

Milo get in on the action. He has his meals in the passenger seat, which swivels 180 degrees. This is the only place we can put his booster seat.

At camp in Seligman, AZ.

We had a fantastic sunset with great cloud formations.

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