Juniper Well Ranch
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... of carpet christening happening with an older pet. It’s just how it is. Precautions are taken, pads and such, because sh** really does happen.
So the morning proceeded in the usual fashion. Shower, coffee, yoga stretches, Sudoku (not necessarily in that order) and then its 7 am and time to walk the dog. Something we’ve been doing together since he was a scruffy, half-wild pup so this is nothing new to either ...
... the way we noticed that traffic was light, moved smoothly and though there were streetlights all along the highway, they weren’t lit. Most of the buildings were dark also. Once we reached the Bund area of the city, there were plenty of lights with buildings lit up like Times Square with continually changing light displays and advertising.
Our hotel was the Westin and it is very luxurious! We have a beautiful ...
... 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 ...
... the last 100 kms. There is nothing wrong with that. One hundred kms. is still 100 kms.
Why do it?: there are probably as many reasons people have for doing the pilgrimage as there are pilgrims and they range from religious to adventurous to curious.
Buen Camino: this is the universal greeting and farewell expression exchanged between fellow pilgrims and others who wish the pilgrim a good journey. It
translates to ...
Harry watched Andy Murray win the Wimbledon Championship between 6 and 9.15 am our time as I was typing up the blog and doing the pictures for it. We then showered and went to Denny's Diner - our favourite breakfast host. It was busy there and we had to wait a while. I was getting a little nervous already for missing our webcam appointment where the world could see us at 1pm Arizona time (9pm UK time): We had just over two and a half hours to do nearly 100 miles, having seen a ...