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... but did end up at about 6,500 ft elevation in route down to Lords burg. Once I hit the lowlands it was Hot Hot Hot !!! For the last 200 miles into Tucson it was like driving with a hair dryer in your face - most of the trip was 102 to 105 degrees. Usually when I've got the cruise control on -to rest one of my hands I'll stick it out away from the heat of the bike to cool it off. Today it was like taking it from ...
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... as the government shutdown prevented entrance to the visitor's centre, etc. We arrive at the museum and eat lunch in the RV before entering the museum. It proves to be an absolutely wonderful stop-- well worth the $19.50 per person admission. Because of the heat of the day the animals (including bobcat, ocelot, bear) are mostly unseen or not lively. The exception -- ...
... shadow provoking light. The birds have settled in, but the multitudinous canines are still restless and are making their presence known.
We too are about to "hit the kip", as the Irish might say. We'll head out early to beat the heat a bit and get to Glendale early. Hopefully they will be able to do the AC repair tomorrow, but if not, we have plenty to keep us occupied.
See you in Glendale...
Had a pretty dull stay in Helena to be honest - highlight was overhearing an old woman talking about her spoilt grandson in a restaurant - 'He wanted for nothing that boy - he had an idyllic childhood. Used to take his shotgun to school with him and shoot pheasants on the way home!' Moving on from Helena we felt the transition from the cold north to the hot south. Not a cloud in the sky and managed about 400 miles south to Cody, Wyoming - home of Buffalo Bill. On the way we took ...