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Tombstone – 6th Jan
So we set off early from our log cabin in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
We drove North towards Arizona and our stop for the night – Tombstone.
We drove for around 5 hours through the arid lands with the odd Saguaro cacti popping up on either side of the road. Those are the ones from the pictures …
... and we provided the wines. Tomorrow Barbie and I will go to chair Zumba and the go food shopping.
We are having a wood carver make us a sign to hang from the RV when we are parked which should be ready Thursday. The replacement blind should be delivered on that day as well.
It is great to have no surprises or mishaps.
I got home on the 30th of July.
My computer started behaving badly and has been in the shop since.
I am glad to be here - I have not been home during monsoon season in a long time. I had forgotten how dramatic the storms are.
When I got home the cable TV was out (my house sitter does not watch TV). The company fixed that but broke the internet in the process. It is all ...
... kids will love you for it! Hint, hint ... To other parents - do at least one over the top driving vacation before your kids get too old - the time and bonding is priceless! To children - try to appreciate the history in the world, the scenery and the adventure of reality - kids that do this have more fun during the moments! We truly miss living in San Diego! It is a beautiful city with so much to offer. Megan and I both cherish the years we had ...
... the bloke was pretty ****** off and just said, go, now! ha ha, well funny. Some amazing scenery and some wicked tunes going with the roof down. We were all chilling listening to Daft Punk when this mammoth train was going passed and just fired its horn, we all shat ourselves as it was the loudest thing we'd heard, well funny. We pulled over for gas and I let Lee drive as I was knackered, so nice being a passenger, for a change.