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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 ...
Jan 29 – Feb 3
Catalina State Park
Before we arrive here – on the way south we pass the Arizona State Prison and Arizona Detention Center – even before we read the signs, it was easy to see what we were looking at. And slowly the desert changes.
One thing we discovered so far is that 80 % of all RVs are an A-Class Motorhome… you wonder why –maybe the American way is the ...
... how the mine worked via our guide's own anecdotes. He was a funny old boy, about 80 years old or so, who actually mined here between the 50's and 70's. It all made for a very enjoyable experience, no tackiness whatsoever.
We called it a day afterwards and made best use of our last night at our awesome hotel before leaving Arizona the next day for San Diego, California. Fingers crossed, a successful vehicle exchange is on the horizon.
... their CDs, of course we did! The park provides a mobile service technician and we had some minor repairs done. One side mirror was wobbling and the hot water dribbles out the faucet. The mirror is fixed but still no hot water flow. And we waited all day for unsatisfactory results! But the Masters is on and we did clean the screens, and we got some other spring cleaning done. Pete ...
... of the communities along the way were only connected by road fairly recently due to the terrain. Boulder for example still had post delivered by pack horse until 1940 ! Everywhere we have been since Yellowstone by the way has been far from a tourist trap. Yes, there's facilities like motels when you need them but sometimes there is 100 miles of nothing between them. There are tourists but spread over such a vast area that you sometimes don't see another car for half an hour. ...