That's our road trip rule.
Sometimes it doesn't work out perfectly, but this time it did!
No damage to the undercarriage of the car!
No getting stuck!
No panic attacks from feeling like we're on a set of Deliverance!
Whenever we see trees growing out of rocks we have to go closer to look.
And then, when we see a cool, falling down oil well, we have to drive up to see that, too.
When we see some cool rock ruins in the distance, we have to inch down a horrible road with big holes, giant ruts, etc. to see what's up.
We puzzled over what these ruins might be.
It took some creative googling, but I finally discovered we discovered the remains of the American Meteorite Museum. Originally built in 1946 by Dr. Harvey H. Nininger, the building served as a museum, home, workplace and lab for the meteor crater outside of Winslow, Arizona.
It's always exciting to find some remnants of the past that spark your imagination and get your car really, really, really muddy!
On Friday I'll show you some pictures of the cool Railroad hotel and then I'll quit boring you!
Thanks for stopping by.