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... the next corner and we were smack bang in the movie set and the real Maggies Diner. We stopped for the mandatory photos. So totally by accident we had found our way onto Route 66.
Carl and Paola soon caught up with us at the Motel and were very jealous of our find. Unfortunately it was 52 miles back tracking and time did not permit that detour.
An early night in readiness for finding the rest of Route 66 ...
... am it went off again......and we couldn't figure out why. Maybe the generator exhaust was leaking in......we touched it and it was rather warm where the small electric heater was nearby. Maybe it's a heat thing. Either way, neither of us had ANY of the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, so we thought maybe the alarm wasn't working properly. These alarms use sensors, and sometimes they can go bad, and sometimes have a shelf life.
... station (it's that or Christian radio- tough choices). That's where the name of today's posting came from- that was truly the name of the song- now that's country. Thankfully after that we find a rock/pop station. Now, I know I'm no Beyonce or Mariah, nor do I claim to be, but in his own subtle way, Randy has let that be known. Not with words, but as I would start singing, magically the volume of the radio would increase. I'm sure it's a ...
Off we go again. We stop off at the Petrified Forest NP. The Painted Desert unfolds before your eyes as far as you can see, beautiful red, orange, purple, yellow, green and grey. A valley of colour. We drive further through the Badlands towards Puerco Pueblo ancient village, were the ancestral Puebloan people lived between A.D 1250 & 1380 close to the Dead Wash River, took some excellent pictures of rock drawings. Continuing alone we reach the Triassic ...
When a friend recommended the Titanic exhibit as an excursion, I admit I was skeptical. Visions of Kate Winslet and Leo filled my head with cliche ideas of heart-shaped necklaces and cheesy soundtracks. The photographer at the beginning of the exhibit, offering to take our picture on a fake hull of a ship did not help, nor her probing questions of whether we were a couple. Surprisingly, once that obstacle was overcome, the exhibit itself ...
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