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... walk around by ourselves and see it covered in white powder. It was very beautiful.
On our third day we started an overnight trip down into the canyon. Once down the bottom we realised that the river had grown from the slim sliver we had peered at from the top, into a torrent 40m across, giving us a new appreciation for the size of it all. The walk up the next day was tough - climbing 4500 feet altitude in only 9 miles. Nick spotted some ...
... buttons to access screws and get up underneath so Bob was able to remove the bolts and unhook the TV. We took some iPad photos of the way it was wired in before we disconnected everything.
This afternoon we went golfing with Fran and Roy. We played nine holes and then had some food and drinks at the clubhouse. It was a beautiful day, quite hot.
Tonight we went to ...
4 days to go and it is finally here. Another adventure. I did some shopping and got some last minute odds and ends and some cheap t shirts and socks for my trip. The only other thing I need is some travel size contact solution LOL. Then I am good to go. :)
This is always the worst part of travel. Getting ready. This will be my 5th time traveling abroad and some parts of it are easier and others are just never easy. But here we ...
... shopping ended as usual, but Iris loves a shoe store so we kind of just hung out there longer than we needed so Iris could try on all the shoes. I guess you could say we took Iris to the shoe store for her birthday! Outside they had 2 bands playing so we sat and listened for a while before heading home. I was hoping Iris would realize she was turning 2 and maybe sleep through the night, but no such luck.
The next day and the best part of our Phoenix ...
... the odd over-lingering shot. Nice to be given the time to think 'I wonder if he's thinking about x, and what is he looking at that we can't see off screen", but throwing that thought around for a whole minute is a bit too much of a luxury. Post cinema I lurked downtown, checking out ASU, eating in a public square and being approached by the fabulously polite homeless locals. I had picked up my bag by 7.30 and was on my way, and with the light rail delayed by a car accident ...