The Byrd House Inn
Travel Blogs from Lakeside
As they pulled out from the driveway last night, I wanted to cry. While I'm excited to make our way cross country there's another part of me that wants to stay home. Once again FaceTime will have to get us through!
We're headed back to the casa tomorrow and will be there just long enough to repack and hit the road by Monday afternoon. Sure gonna miss the cool pines of northern AZ.
... we would be tired after being out all day, I got up early and made meatballs and sauce. Alle threw a nice salad together and we had an awesome dinner followed by a nice evening on the porch.
Roy is off to the golf course today, so we're going to hang out here and maybe do a little shopping later. Aubrey has had another growth spirt in the last week and none of her shoes fit!! Love that ...
... in no time. (If you don't know my big guy, he's known to be a bit anal when it comes to cleanliness.)
Overall, I have to say this place is so much nicer than any other cabin we've stayed in up in this area. I'll score it a 8.5 out of 10 mainly because it's built into the side of a big hill and there's no flat ground for the kids to play outside.
Glad we all made it up the mountain safe and sound.
... band in the 1950s. Pop singer Demi Lovato was born here. And, R&B singer Bo Diddley spent many of his later years living in Albuquerque. Click here to watch him sing "Who Do You Love?" None of those artists has a place on my Harley music collections, so I bypass Albuquerque, turn west onto I-40, and head for Grants, about 75 miles to the west. I-40 here is actually part of the old Route 66, which I talked about on Day 1 of this ride, two ...
Much cooler today, in the mid 80's and overcast
It only sprinkled when I was filling up the car.
Salt River Canyon is spectacular but requires driver concentration. I am glad it was a short day.
Tomorrow, I am aiming for Cortez, CO. for the weekend
Today's lunch was forgetable ...