Cave Creek Tumbleweed Hotel
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... first three letters backwards spell Gin. In fact if you take all the letters you get LE GIN. I am The Gin. Now that I fully understand the connection I will happily drink more gin in the future, especially in France. Jen had a day off from filming on Wednesday so we spent the day at the Hotel's water park. It's got all of the usual features, wedgie inducing water slides, a wave pool and best of all a lazy river ride. We bobbed ...
The first breath of air was spending 2 nights at a KOA...Kampgrounds of America...in Apache Junction on the far eastern edge of metropolitan Phoenix. We went north from Tucson on the Pima Pioneer Pkwy, passing the site of Tom Mix's untimely death...something about speeding through curves and dips in the road in his sportscar. (For those of you who have no clue about Tom Mix, feel free to Google ...
... refuges from communist and war torn countries. Poverty and crime are big problems. Cats, Istanbul has cats of all colors , sizes and weight a ratio of 1 to 3 people. They are every where. Am sure this is of great interest to you! Food facts: Daily amt. of butter -200 lbs. fish 400 lbs., poultry 850 lbs., beef 500 lbs, 2500 bread rolls. ...
... was a very peaceful event, everyone sitting on the rocks waiting for that moment that the sun finally slips down behind the mountains. Tomorrow we will be heading for Monument Valley.
PS I had to visit the toilet at 4am this morning and thought that a head torch would not be necessary as it was a fairly moonlit night. Wrong! I spent 15 minutes wondering around the campsite, a bit of a worry being as we went to sleep with the sound of coyotes howling.