Desert Rose Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... summer for anything... or for everything. Though, if I did have one wish, it'd be that everyone who had been hurt on this trip was no longer hurt or hadn't been hurt. It's a tough thing to deal with when all you want to do is be out there, that's a lesson I had to learn with my knee injuries in soccer. It's hard to give time time and it's been harder to know that to struggle is to grow. Christine was overwhelmingly kind and complimentary of this blog; she's a big believer in ...
... cliff, about a half mile one way.
When we get to the cliff, a docent is going over what everything is and what it means. I go the other direction and sit down on a stump and start studying them. There are hundreds of images and all are supposed to tell a story. A fairly recent study has come up with the idea that it is a calendar related to agriculture. They make some pretty convincing arguments and their logic seems pretty solid. ...
We pulled into our membership park in Verde Valley, where Jan and Steve Barnett were saving a spot for us! A little while later, Sherry and Jess pulled in with their "new" Trilogy 5th wheel, and surprised us!
Dinner out with Bill and Sharon, and it was a wonderful few days to catch up with old friends from far corners of my life and our travels!
... off to Vegas. Vegas baby, Vegas! (?) I must say Vegas doesn't hold the appeal for me that it did when I celebrated my 15th and 21st birthdays there, but it's still quite a sight. I almost look forward more to people's first reactions though than I do hitting the tables. Our approach into Vegas took us a bit over the Grand Canyon and over Mead lake, which are both so amazing to see from the air. We were vectored quite a bit around all the ...
... walls. There are ruins on both sides of the canyon, so I wonder how they got together to visit each other.
Well, today I head northeast toward southeastern Utah in the Moab area. After that, I think I’ll head to northwestern New Mexico before seeing Colorado. There are so many things to see in this Four Corners area that it will probably take me about a month. God, this vacation is taking ...