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... have to head to the yurt for a sauna & bike session. Nanny has remained horizontal most of the day. I suspect she'll perk up in the early evening. Nancy perked up, but our dinner was practically inedible for us both. I ate the small baked potato & Nancy managed the potato & the salad. I posted a picture of the dinner which was made by Cameron...our LEAST favorite of the chefs. That unidentifiable blob ...
... J" at the top of the mountain when you are driving up from Cottonwood. The people working in the cute little town are just fantastic. So welcoming to tourists and full of fantastic facts and information. Tons and tons of art everywhere (although it is not really my taste) but it really lets you know you are in Arizona. Great little 5 hour get away before my set up for the art festival. ...
... were the scrubs. So it was a very enjoyable 90 minute bus ride. The Grand Canyon itself was amazing and extremely vast. The layers of rocks were beautiful as they were all reds, blacks , oranges and yellows. It was hard to take it all in and understand that the perception that was being seen was different to its reality. Lunch and souvenir shop was great bought some little prezzies Dinner time comes around and . . . we go to ...
On the way here we spent some time in Sun City and Wickenburg so Brenda could catch up with a couple of former counseling colleagues, Marlys Olson and Don Glabe. Many stories were traded, most of them true. Of the two bergs, W is real, with history and an old west feel to it. SC is where old folk go. Next up, we passed through Prescott, very cool and Flagstaff, busy with ...
... turn. But we didn't go too far before I figured out where we were -- what? Okay, so Laura figured it out. Whatever. Geez.
Staying at The Shack is absolutely the coolest thing ever. Here I am at the gate:
Of course, you have to be a fan of 180 degree views,
objets d'fun everywhere, and wackily creative home renovation.