Americas Best Value Inn Globe / Miami AZ
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... of the most spectacular scenery we've seen. The cacti are awesome. Huge. There are magnificent rocks and cliffs. Blue sky. Fluorescent citrus green moss. Beige, red, brown and yellow rocks. Steep valleys. We drove along, music playing on the car radio, windows down, singing! We feel so happy.
We found the tiny town of Tortilla Flat. The bar has saddles for stools, and $1 notes cover every wall surface. Continuing the drive, we stopped a lot for photo ...
... less dangerous locale, Miami, hopefully.
They said they would go back to their camp and then return. Chris offered odds against their return. I won the bet. Danny, from Superior gave us a ride to Miami. When we got the bikes out of his truck I had a flat tire. What else?? Once repaired, we made our way to the Mormon Church in Claypool. This precipitated our eventful night.
The preceding days had found us in Maricopa, Casa Grande, Coolidge and Florence.
... amp; Dale started taking apart Babe and cleaning up her wiring mess... It was a good thing as they found a burnt wire close to the muffler that was interfering with the brake lights!... Actually, no brake lights!... and it only took a few hours to get Babe back into shape & ready to Rock & Roll! So I guess the morale of the story is that you had better watch out if you show up at our house with a side by side that has a history ...
... my gears. To back track, I tackled my breaks. Now they worked fine but I think they were too tight since my wheels squeaked. To my surprise, I fixed these in no time. And with that confidence I almost fixed the gears. Just the low gears don’t work that well.
A little late, I put the bike in the truck to take it to the bike trails about 3 miles away. It was about 7:30 and already pretty hot. On the map it looked like the trail went counter clockwise. But when I ...
... there's a feel to it totally unlike a stroll along a green valley stream.
There's a reason why pictures of this land are taken in the spring or at sunset. It's gray. It's sandpaper rough and sticker-y everywhere you put your foot. And it's hardpan dry.
But if you'll take the time to get out of your car and look closely you'll see the orange ...