It's just phenomenal. If you're in Winslow, this is really worth seeing.
After the painted desert, we drove into Winslow. This is a courtyard off the main street.
If you're in Winslow, you must have your picture taken here.
There is a new statue of Glenn Frey on the corner. As Suzanne so succinctly reminded me in my last post, Frey was not the sole writer of "Take it Easy", it was co-written by him and Jackson Browne, and was on the Eagles' debut album. To further add to my musical heresy, I'm not a fan. There, I said it.
There is a cool old hotel in Winslow. It backs up to the rail yard, and is an Amtrak stop. La Posada is the Last Great Railroad Hotel built in 1929 by the Santa Fe Railway for the Fred Harvey Company. We should have gone inside, but we were a little pressed for time, since we had to be off the site at noon.
We're under a high wind advisory. Before we left this morning, we pulled the slides in, and happy we were about that. By the time we returned it was very windy.