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... an open question forum basically. Christine asked all the folks who had lived abroad to stand, all the folks who were going into medicine to stand, everyone who has a blog, anyone whose served in AmeriCorps, etc. She asked someone from Bike & Build to speak on behalf of our struggles and accomplishments. Somehow I was nominated; various Bike & Builders just started calling out Coady (oh, I don't know if that's something I've touched on... everyone here calls me Coady). So I ...
... I tried to find dog-friendly accommodations in Jerome, but wasn't having any luck. It was too late to try calling anyone, so we decided to head out for Jerome the next day and figure out a place to stay on the road. Cassie had given Laura a jet pack before the trip, so we have our own mobile hot spot. How cool is that?
Here are the boys in their multi-tiered lounging area that ...
... it on facebook. I did, but under protest.
Tomorrow...we're off to see more stuff! It's supposed to be gorgeous where we're going.....up in red rock country.
Quote of the day:
Bill to Laurie as we exited an overprices antique store: "That guy isn't looking for customers. He's looking for victims."
Song of the day: The world ain't slowing down-Ellis Paul
... of the trip - Wild by Cheryl Strayer. Frankki gave it to me and insisted that I would get a lot out of it while traveling. She was right. It was a great read for the trip. The guy on the Sedona jeep tour had read it too so we got to talking about how much it related to what we were doing, but not near as strenuous.
Before I left town Monday morning, stopped in for a cup of "love" from the local coffee shop, Flatiron.
What I learned ...
I left Arcosanti after the morning visit to the foundry and the ceramic workshop and, on my way to the Grand Canyon, I stopped at Red Rocks Park in Sedona. It was a pleasant visit, even if I wouldn't go out of my way for that. I left the car at the visitors centre and I walked one of the loops in the park, trying to make it ...