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Travel Blogs from Phoenix
... Visits to the eateries have put us off food somewhat...the size of the portions and the people!
We have moved motels and are relieved to be away from the dopeheads and hookers of the previous place-polite as they all were!!!
Hoping to be on the road very soon, impressed with how friendly and helpful everyone is.
Hope you are all good.
... size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Exploring a little 'island’ close by: scrambling over rocks and between cactuses
... critters, we did see lots of saguaro cacti which are amazing. They do not start to grow arms until they are 50 years old, so many are really old. We couldn't resist a stop at Goldfield Ghost Town, an old mining town, 'Gateway to the Legendary Superstition Mountains' for lunch and a couple of snaps, then returned ...
... reprogram the GPS and heard a strange buzz. Walked around the car and listened all around and inside and could not find it so started moving things in the back seat and when I picked up my back-pack it was vibrating! WHAT????? Dumped it out and it was my battery powered razor for my legs! And it was HOT! So glad I stopped, and that I searched for the problem. Would have hated to have burned up my new vehicle. Watched a show with Anita and off to bed.
... however I wouldn't know, as I spent an hour glued to my seat and looking anything I could or just with my eyes shut so as to avoid the 700ft drops around me. This was pretty much it for both the rest of the dirt and tarmac road of the trail, steep winding roads with the most amazing views as far as the eye can see. By far this was our favourite bit of the trip so far, despite Tanya's tears and fearful screams, an amazing experience, which despite mixed reviews on ...