BEST WESTERN PLUS Casa Grande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Not the best night's sleep because of the trains but a waffle breakfast made up for it. On the road by 9:30am but before we've done 10 miles it's 8:30am, time travel, clever!! (Time zone change). Weather is rather moody first thing, very black clouds, blowy and cold, only 53deg F (12deg C). The further we drove, the brighter and warmer it got, …
... to the RV… and Gail takes off and gets Dale and the Rhino with a bad tire… the suns out… Dale, Gail, & Connie are having an adult beverage and I’m enjoying a Snapple… And we’re talking about dinner… the ride was short and sort of a bust… we just got about 25 miles in for the day… we often will cover 40-60 miles wandering around in the mountains… We enjoy the rest of the afternoon and wonder how our ...
... living next to the ocean/sea for any time more that that is the salt air and the damage it can do to virtually everything. It eats concrete and rusts everything. We bought new bicycles before we left that were constructed from aluminum and even they developed surface rust that I am still working on removing. The chains started to rust in short order and my WD-40 couldn't stop it. Every once in a while the sea mist and fog would move in and leave a ...
... brown pottery, some undecorated yet highly polished... other decorated pottery is done with a high degree of quality... of course this pottery was used for cooking... hauling water, food storage... and in some cases food was stored in these vessels... stacked and walled off in the crevices of the hill side to preserve them... in a few cases the archeologists have uncovered ...
We take our time to pack and clean the rig. It's only 2+ hours to Phoenix to meet my friend. She and I first met when we both lived in Durango. Life has brought many changes to us; we live apart but stay in frequent contact. I've not seen her since 2000!
I'm attaching a stone version of a turtle we passed. For some of my bloggers, you will recognize immediately the significance. (I love turtles!)
We were happy to discover we had a ...