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... I had re-arranged everything to be able to get him in the car for the dr appt. And finally, about 10:30, I had said my goodbyes and was on the road again. IT IS HOT! I had gassed up yesterday so that was done. The gas tank on this one is smaller than the van, and though I seem to be averaging about 28MPG seems like I spend a lot of time in gas stations. Rolling hills and lots of sky today. No trees. I arrived in Mt Home Idaho about 5 and decided I had had ...
... a girl in a flatbed Ford slowing down to check him out but actually I was getting directions to the guitar shop he was just at. How would that song go? No, never mind.
Finally, I head south out of Winslow through the Tonto National Forest. Yeah, "High-Ho Silver" and all that good stuff - HA, you think I haven't heard that one before? It starts out in the high prairie from the ...
... cheddar and had a fine meal.
Later, I was looking for tracks at our site and identified javalina tracks here with tiny prints, obviously belonging to babies. At least we know that they are present here. Now to keep a keen eye out for them. Lena, beware!
We have a new HDTV in the coach now, so we were able to watch PBS for a couple of hours this evening. There are about twenty OTA (Over The Air) channels here in the Phoenix ...
... yachts were moored in readiness for owners to sail on the enormous lake surrounded on all sides by towering mountains.. then we stopped for lunch at Tortilla flats... an old town from the wild west where wagon trains stopped on their journey from Pheonix to New Mexico.. it was really cute more wooden saloons and decking..
In the evening Ian cooked one of his delicious BBqs and we enjoyed the use of the clubroom and pool table..
... a few feet, but otherwise we were at a standstill. After about 45 minutes, Ray consulted his Droid map and discovered what appeared to be an excellent road just ahead that would take us south to Shiprock (the rock) for a photo opp. After another 10 minutes, we negotiated the potholed shoulder and turned onto what appeared to be a paved, adequate road. That lasted about a half-mile, when the asphalt became gravel and then deeply rutted dirt. And at the point at which the Droid indicated ...