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A beautiful city, but we ran into a wet spell. Thankfully, it stopped raining long enough for me to play 18 at the Towa Golf club. Awesome. An island green. I hit four ball to the green, none in the water. None were very close. Downtown plaza is cool. Damn rain.
... brake!). Believe it or not, my Mama Anita is so strong that she was able to stop it from hitting the RV while Mama Carol got inside to pull the parking brake. I was impressed!! Now I suppose there are some who might get mad at each other for such a close call. But not my Moms. All they could do was look at each other and crack up! (Mama Anita came right inside the RV to write a big sign with the work "BRAKE" on it to put in the jeep ...
... the Gothic structure is a staircase referred to as miraculous, inexplicable, and marvellous so we had to go in and see it. The stairway confounds architects, engineers and master craftsmen as it makes over two complete 360-degree turns, stands 20 feet tall and has no centre support. It rests solely on its base and against the choir loft. The risers of the 33 steps are all of the same height. Made of an apparently extinct wood species, it was constructed with only ...
... Were able to get a seat fairly quickly at the bar, ordered some food and drink and then settled back to watch all the goings on.
There were many different costumes around, some very clever and others from the costume shop but it did seem that most people were having a very good time. Did get out and dance a few rounds and headed for home. Oh, what were we? Freddy Kruger lite, and sister of Spider Woman!!!!!
... and all finished in a dark terracotta type of colour, coffee or caramel you might say.
An early start and the streets were quiet for a tour of the town, then off on the Turquoise Trail and into Madrid, home of the movie, "Wild Hogs". I reckon the town has been left to run down a bit since the movie but its still a quaint village of no more than 3 or 4 streets. A couple of ...