The Hawthornes leave Sedona and head eastward to ... where? A quick check in my AAA Arizona TourBook tells me to go to the Meteor Crater on I 40 Exit 233, just before Winslow. I will always remember the Meteor Crater as the place where my Nikon D80 stopped working. The lens made a horrible scraping noise as I tried to autofocus. It wouldn't focus. I'm aghast. I have to turn to Manual. And actually focus the camera myself. Like in the Old Days. Quel horreurs.
This is a really big hole in the ground. It was formed nearly 50,000 years ago by a meteorite and it measures 550 feet deep, 2.4 miles in circumference, and nearly 1 mile across. See that stuff in the center? Apollo Astronauts trained here.
See if you can find the astronaut. He's six feet tall and standing next to a 3 x 5 foot American flag.
I see Magritte.
This is the Holsinger meteorite - the largest discovered fragment of the meteor that created Meteor Crater.