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... will turn into the desolated lightly traffic'ed goat trail I love. It is the opposite, bumper to bumper with 4 way traffic lights every 100 yards. Each stop is a frustrating 6 minute wait while we go through each turn pahse and each traffic phase. I am dripping in sweat. I had wanted to get to Kingman, but decided to call it a day in Wickenburg. I had put in about 200 miles.
I drove through town as I like to stay in Mo'tels on the far side of town so the ...
As we were leaving the hotel, Angie noticed our right rear tire was almost bald. I checked out the others, and they probably all needed to be replaced. We Googled tires and found a Firestone store a mile away. They were great and got us in and out in 30 minutes. $600 later we were on our way. Drove all the way back home and arrived at 9:30 p.m. 5,241 ...
... great statue in Courthouse Square, of a soldier on a horse. It honors the 1st US Volunteer Cavalry, also known as Roosevelt's Rough Riders. The statue was sculpted by Solon Hannibal Burglum (1868-1922). The statue is acclaimed by art critics as one of the finest equestrian monuments anywhere. At least that's what the plaque on the statue says. Notable residents of Prescott have included:
- Piper Stoeckel, Miss Arizona 2012, born in ...
... feet of beads. To put this into perspective, this bead store is 5 times larger than our house. While beading isn't my cup of tea, Chi-Chi and I roamed the area in the shade while Dolly drooled, wished and finally bought what she needed to sustain her for a while.
After the bead store, we found our way back to I-17 and headed north out of Phoenix. We stopped overnight at a KOA at Black Canyon, AZ and set up, had our evening meal (Turkey burgers ...
... We have happy hour before the chow bell rings for dinner. All the adults head down to the saloon for some whiskey 'n' wine.
We're all pretty settled into ranch life, used to checking our boots for snakes and our beds for spiders. The kids went to bed and Jon and I stayed up to watch Jamie on a Letterman. It was just brilliant. He's all the talk here at the ranch and the English couple here already knew about him as they had seen him on the news back home!