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The American Southwest: Post 17—Debbie's Hide-A-Way Inn

This post probably belongs up higher, but I thought I'd show you where Kendall, Rick and I stayed while in Page Arizona. Debbie's Hide-A-Way Inn is a set of pink concrete block housing that was built to house the workers who built the Glen Canyon dam. These have been converted to a variety of rental (motel/extended stay) housing. We got a 3 bedroom suite: including a kitchen and living room. The kitchen was reasonably stocked with utensils, dishes, and cookware. The rooms were nice and homey (books abounded, some art on bare walls). The price? $69/night! Perfect for three guys who weren't going to be around much. They have on-premise laundry (free), a grill and cookout area, and very nice garden areas to sit and chat with your neighbors. This place was great! Rates go up for the boating season (June 1), but it's still a really nice alternative from the typical hotel/motel.

Road-facing side:




Roses abound!


Connected courtyard area.


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