The Great American Road Trip travels from New Mexico to Arizona on Day 8. The state borderline between Arizona and New Mexico A route 66 shield welcomes guests to Winslow, AZ Signage commemorates the classic Eagles song. A statue of Eagles singer Glenn Frey stands at the corner of Winslow, Arizona. A massive Route 66 shield in Winslow, AZ Scott Slocum visits with Scott Yellowhorse at the Cheif Yellowhorse Cave near Lupton, Arizona. Scott Slocum visits with Scott Yellowhorse at the Cheif Yellowhorse Cave near Lupton, Arizona. Slocum and crew rejoin historic Route 66 after a quick detour in New Mexico - en route to Flagstaff, AZ View from WJOL's live broadcasting site in Flagstaff, AZ on Tuesday, May 2nd. Slocum and crew pay a visit to the legendary Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, AZ. The Lowell is among the oldest observatories in the United States and home to the discovery of Pluto. The WJOL crew visits the Continental Divide, the approximate waterline that determines towards which ocean rainfall drains. Slocum and crew visit the Petrified Forest National Park National Park. A view of the sprawling Petrified Forest National Park Slocum and crew pay a visit to the Painted Desert. Even the boutique shopping districts of Sedona provide stunning mountain vistas Beautiful panoramic views in Sedona, AZ More views of the jaw-dropping topography of Sedona, AZ After Sedona, the crew heads to Ashfork, Seligman, Kingman and to Oatman, to see the famed wild burros.