SunCatcher Bed & Breakfast
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... very nice lady in one of the shops shouted us a ride on the traildust railway because she liked our accent. This must be the one and only time that it has worked in my favour.
We got our table and the steak was as good as I remember.
After our feed, Sam went panning for gold, filling her little glass vial to the brim with "gold". It was all good fun.
By the time we got back to the hotel, we were knackered but it had been a good day
... show, a Grand Palace (saloon) Revue, a silver-screen western musicale, and I was the star of the stage in Dr. Wiley's Magic Elixir Show! How did we ever find time to do the laundry and get an oil-change in the truck?
The weather has been chilly here, and, for the first time since we've left home it has been too cold for us to eat dinner outside, so we took turns rotating through the four trailers. The meals, ...
... dies in Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico
1756 Father Espinosa constructs the 1st church
1767 Jesuits are expelled from New Spain
1768 Spanish Franciscans take over the Mission
1783 Construction begins on the present church
1797 The Mission church is completed
1821 Spanish Franciscans leave
1846 Cooke's Mormon battalion passes by the Mission
1854 Gadsden Purchase puts the Misison inside the United ...
... be for a load. We measured distances for parking, going into curves, and tail swing. Too many other things to mention and you probably aren't interested anyway!! In the afternoon the instructor took us out in one of their coaches to put into action what we had learned. We drove a 41ft Class A diesel. The driving course was in the RV park not on a highway thank god. We each had a chance to drive, making right and left hand turns and on curves. ...
... so far on the trip as we crossed through Wyoming. First night stop there was Green River - cheap motel and it had to happen eventually - cheap dinner in a 50's diner with Harleys parked outside. Iced tea, a good burger and cherry pie for $15. Caught up on some admin - pleased to hear that Iron Horse Motorcycles in Tucson, Arizona (BMW dealer) have agreed to carry out two oil changes for us without booking a set date and also to supply a new back tyre for my bike which ...