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... each other things); she thought me about the role of women in higher education. I met up with Leash and Kim and Katie at the CALIFORNIA state sign. I can't believe we made it here. I just can't believe it... on our bikes, no less! We took some fun pictures, but it was super hot so we continued on our merry way. Side note: the roads here are not paved extremely well; they're very cracked and bumpy. By the time we arrived into town, Leash and I were parched ...
... the middle of no where!! On the welcome sign as you come into this town, you see a reference to camels and mountains. Well the mountains were obvious, but camels? I wasn't so sure why that was here. Well, come to find out, General Patton used this area as a training ground for his troops. He brought in all these camels to help train and because this was desert, he figured it would be great training for the men. Come to find out camels can't handle the rocks. ...
... see it in full costume. They were all so talented.
Apparently Prescott is home to the World's Oldest Rodeo. It seems that it is also home to a lot of bikers, as is most of Arizona.
We took off, heading west again, and crossed the mountains, driving on really scary mountain passes with turn-offs every now and then. It was like being in the alps with great views (which only I could enjoy being the passenger). I did see a lone ...
... now. We stopped at an ancient Native American site called Montezuma Castle. ...
... Mountains to get to our stop for the night in Quartzsite, Arizona. We didn’t see many palm trees along our route, instead we saw cactus. Greg and I love the changing geography, you just never know what will be around the corner.
We decided to come up to Quartzsite because we had heard that it’s a snowbird destination. What a place. There really isn’t a town as such, just two main streets and ...
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