Americana Inn - Route 66
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... with a cognitive disability travelling with a personal assistant who he periodically left in his own carriage so he could mingle independently and dine with other passengers unaided.
The very articulate and obviously intelligent but penniless gentleman who had left Las Vegas with only the clothes he was wearing because he had lost all his money (and apparently any other personal possessions he has arrived with) at the casinos.
... underneath with rocks. What a gal! The tow truck guy calls back. "Leaving my house" he says, "Give me two more minutes as I think this will work" I say. We finish with the rocks and I climb back into the rig. As I am recalling the jacks in, I notice Sraddha outside with eyes closed. We both are praying, "Let the work" I put transmission in reverse and slowly pull back. No go.. OK, let's rock it a bit. forward, back, forward, ...
... housing structures, but have found nothing to suggest our own Pompeii. A lesson in perseverance, vegetation returned, rooted in the charred and igneous remains. In the park, walking the trails through the lava flows brings out the geologist in all of us. Well, me.
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... the views were beautiful. That night we had sushi for tea and stayed another night outside the hostel, so handy! The next morning Sheaffy had plenty of tears as we all said our goodbyes. After his American Summer camp, he eventually had to go back to NZ because of the shorter 1 year Canadian visa. It's a shame he's not able to do another season with all of us. So it might be a while before we meet him again. No more Sheaffy ...
... a car for park entry (vs. $15 for Joshua Tree) so bring a friend to split the cost. The Grand Canyon is about as epic as you could have expected, just give yourself some time to hike to the bottom (during the warmer months to avoid any snow).
After a few hours at the Grand Canyon I made a trip to Wally World to buy some necessities and to replace ...