“Hey, let’s go to that town where that guy from that band who started a winery …”
If that doesn’t ring a bell with you either, don’t worry: we had to consult the Font of Knowledge (i.e. Google) for something more specific. All we had to do was program the Garmin, and we were ready to go.
We left most of the snow behind in Flagstaff and decided to recharge before hiking around the town.
The Flatiron Cafe had opened that day under new management. Thanks to Jen and Amy, we enjoyed two lovely cups of cappuccino and some fresh carrot and ginger soup.
Happily resuscitated, we headed back out to explore.
We found Nelly Bly, a shop that sells kaleidoscopes and art. Just think–over a hundred years ago, kaleidoscopes were considered cutting-edge home media.