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After the Grand Canyon, we did a short hop south to Cottonwood in the Verde Valley where we found a great kayaking place doing trips down the Verde river in inflatable kayaks which were somewhere between kayaks and rubber rings - lots of fun over some of the small rapids, with great rocky scenery everywhere you looked, although a little worrying when some vultures started circling us at one point!
Next day, after an overnight stop ...
... running down the campground road right in front of D and I as we biked!
This is a very peaceful campsite, one that lends itself to sitting in a lawn chair sipping a margarita or a beer, watching the moon rise and listening to the coyotes yip! The view from our trailer window was classic ...
... surprised. We munched on yummy chicken and turkey pesto sausages from Trader Joes with a side of mushrooms and peas. After an insanely busy day of escaping freak snowstorms, fixing the van, groceries, laundry, and way too much driving, we were pooped. Some podcasts helped us fall into dreamland.
Jan 23rd – Tucson, Arizona
We woke up bright and early the next day ready to do some work in beautiful Tucson. It really is ...
Kate had gone to bed all thermalled up but still been frozen and the decision to get out of bed in the morning was therefore a tricky one, as the thought of taking off any clothes at all was not an enticing option for her.
There were enough gaps under and around and even in the door to let in a decent draught, but we had 3 heaters!
... which would surely have been sufficient had any of them actually worked.
Why not ring reception and get them to ...
... although the temperatures are very cold, the speed caused tremendous heat, and if the pilot had to eject, he'd need to be protected. Once, a pilot had to eject, and he had no knowledge of hitting the eject, the first thing he recalls is hurtling towards earth, but his visor was frosted. He felt a tug, and knew his parachute had deployed. He also knew that happens at 15,000' so he was able to flip up his visor. He was ...