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... convention room. By now I'm chuckling to myself and close my eyes in acceptance. It is a spa I'm in after all. Then somehow I find myself waking up 45 minutes later!
Its time to get ready to go 'cause Mom is picking me up shortly. I make my way to the change area, drink gallons of ice cold tea and juice water - maybe THIS is the 'Taking in the Water'? - then I shower, dry off and get dressed.
End of story.
... spend the night sharing wine and chatting to our new friends from the frozen North. Brilliant night!
The desert is beautiful to wake up in. the nights are cold and clear, but the sun in the morning is bright and the heat returns almost immediately. John, in his huge camper van invited us in for some hot tea and breakfast. campers are really nice folks. we exchanged details with our new friends and packed up and head on our way.
... Kingman, AZ to Needles, CA. It was most interesting and eye opening. We tried to imagine driving this road back in the 40's to California to start a new life. It was winding and a bit treacherous with many miles between businesses and residential areas. We came to a place called Cool Springs which used to be a popular stop on Route 66 for food, gas and sundries. It has been restored and now houses a well stocked GIFT SHOP!!! But you can ...
... dominant geologic features of this landscape are hills of bare rock, usually broken up into loose boulders. The flatland between these hills is sparsely forested with Joshua trees which makes the landscape look like another planet. We climb up and down rocks into some small canyons and gullies. It was a great day. Thanks to Mike and Carol for ...
... of these Cliff Dwellings. First you drive up to the top of the Canyon which is a colorful trip as, here also, the autumn colors are plentiful. From the top of the canyon you can see the dwellings under the cliffs. The dwellings were all abandoned around 1300 AD and several theories have been postulated why they were abandoned. We start with a visit to the Spruce Tree House where about 60-80 people lived and ceremonies were held. In order to ...
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