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Travel Blogs from Prescott
... and get to know better” first-time visit. Not 5 minutes into our visit, a couple of friends of Laura's mom, Carol and Michael, who hadn’t seen Laura in about 4 years, happened to show up in the same bagel store where we were...a bagel store Laura had never previously patronized. After introductions and the usual “What if he’s an axe murderer?” comments given the unusual-to-most context of our ...
... visited over 30 years ago and wanted to see again. It didn't disappoint. We spent a couple of hours along the riverside and dipping our toes in the river. It was really slippery to cross but the water felt so cool compared to the 100 degree weather.
We passed through Jerome, a place which 30 years ago was a Ghost town and now is a thriving arty community. They have taken advantage of its ghost history and it seems to be very popular with bikers. We ...
... Spain, Alicante El Altet (ALC), Fri, Aug 31
Return to USA
US Airways Flight 0741
MAD 12:45 PM Saturday
PHL 3:30 PM
Connection in Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia Intl (PHL) for 2hr 30min
US Airways Flight 0251
PHL 6:00 PM Saturday
PHX 9:34 PM Saturday
Arrive: Phoenix, AZ, Sky Harbor Intl (PHX), Sat, Dec ...
... the dogs got muddy and swam and fetched together, then had the new experience of hiking rocks so steep we sometimes had to hand them up and down to one another. Kevin teaches expeditionary high school biology -- I kid you not -- which makes him a patient and knowledgeable guide; we learned about radiodating granite, isotopic decay, native plants, and Prescott geography. He said that with his teaching schedule, for about 150 days out of the year he has some Adventure -- solo, ...
... were ready for lunch so headed for the Haunted Hamburger, one of our favorite stops and it didn't disappoint. Well sated after consuming very large hamburgers, we headed out to to check out the shops and managed to find some corners of the town we had not previously explored. Because the town literally 'hangs' on the side of the mountain there isn't a lot of 'flat' land. Walking down a steep set ...