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... run of the park. By mid day however the sky was just starting to go black and we thought that would be a good time to head back.
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So tomorrow we head off to Palm Springs which appears to be extremely hot...that I am looking forward ...
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We got an early start today on our hike. We had to drive a few miles to reach the trailhead of the Pipeline Canyon Trail. We were the first ones there. It ...
... my seat mates and the toddler was my neighbor. The toddler must have screamed for an hour on the take off. He started whining about not having daddy and screaming about it and she sat there calmly allowing it. If she seemed embarrassed or tapped out it would not have seemed so bad; she just needed to look like she was trying to calm him down. When he finally calmed down on his own she fed him. He then slid down and kept kicking me, as well as using ...
... a 20% alc. mutant called Mangria also more than helped to pass the time.
On Thursday we took a brief break from the above and drove out of the city and up through the saguaro cacti (proper wild west ones which can grow up to 60 feet high) to South Mountain, which provides a fantastic view of the valley. On Friday I decided that a bigger foray into productivity was required, and had set aside the day to work on my project. The host I had ...