Juniper Well Ranch
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... was clearly some big event going on. Or at least the beginning stages. I quickly bypassed the hubbub and made a beeline for the boat ramp.
There was almost nobody there! Magic! This is my favorite, getting out before the crowds. Oddly, the boat rental place was open. They don't usually start until Memorial Day weekend, but maybe because of the event they decided to open early. I unloaded the boat, parked the car ...
... t the best burger I've ever had. Next, again: back to host. I read a bit more, hung out. Kim and I talked a bit about how things have changed a bit for her since breaking her arm. She's in a tricky spot right now, and she's being very strong and positive. She's the greatest. Next, again, again: Brick and Bones. It's a local Prescott joint. And tonight, for Bike & Build, is prom. Kim, Jamie, Jacob and I walk over around 7ish for trivia. We lose horribly. I think we only got ...
... I could cry.
So high-five me and smile for me,
Tell me that you'll root for me,
Write me like you never have before.
I'm leavin' on a jet plane
And I know when I'll be back again,
Oh amigos, I'm so happy I could roar.
There's so many times I've clowned around,
So many times I've stomped around,
I tell you now those were all good times.
Every place I go, I'll ...
... are the fact that I can get online in
Spain and post photos and blogs, etc., and the fact that it has an unbelievably
good camera system.
My second new purchase was my trekking poles. They started
becoming real popular about ten or so years ago and the people I saw using them
were either really old and feeble or obvious city slickers out to look cool. So, they were the butt of many jokes by me and I stuck with the single ...
... of its own. There were maybe three levels to the town and on each level was something old, neat or sympathetically restored for all to see. A tourist town for sure as Jerome now made its money from dollars and not copper.
At the 7023 feet high pass above Jerome the road now plummeted towards another valley. We were being followed by a Harley Davidson with a Whitehouse-sized flag seemingly welded to the rear frame of the bike and we thought that must ...