La Paz in Desert Springs B&B
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This is definitely Coyote Country. We in Montana pronounce the word "Ki-yot" with a long O and no E sound at the end. It must be derived from the way the old fur trappers spoke. That's my theory anyway... Whenever the sun darkens in the sky, the little howlers start to yip and yap. It's not a real howl, but more like a sound of unrest. If you've ever heard it, you'll know what I mean.
On Wednesday we did the shopping thing. ...
... locals in the Mexican cafe in Leadville, CO assured us it was passible.)
Our first "mile marker"...not!...was the carcass of a big cow. No marker or interpretive pamphlet to tell us the reason for its demise, but as veteran viewers of CSI, we were able to intuit from the evidence that it died of accute shortness of breath. Actually, it could have be of natural causes or coyote causes...really couldn't ...
... 8216;Resort’. We thought last nights hotel was poncy, but
this is in a different league. While
last night we ate out having seen their restaurant prices, they did at least do
a great breakfast at 8 dollars. This place seem to think they will start
breakfast at 21 dollars and then add 22 ½% service charge . We’ll Definitely be eating out tonight! And
for breakfast. We have come to the conclusion high living is not what we ...
... some TV and some talk and then bed.
January 24th-Thursday—Up early as the plumber was coming this morning to install all new plumbing in the bathtub. Expensive but needed. When the shower was on there was more water coming out the tub spout than the shower head! While he was here I got the call that I can finally get my MRI—tomorrow! That is good, but then do I wait for my doctor or get sent to a specialist or what?? We spent most ...
A long driving day today, heading straight form hoeing, Arizona. We drove through the Sonoran Desert first and the into the Mojave Desert. The scenery was, as expected, somewhat desert-like! A lot of brown land with a lot of desert plants, a few wind farms and several casino oases which are owned by the native Indian owners of the land. We stopped for lunch in a small town at a Sizzlers, nice big salad plate. We got to ...