Courtyard Phoenix North / Happy Valley
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... we were cleared to proceed.
Mexico is divided into 31 states and a Federal District (Mexico City). We were now in the State of Sonora with a population of 2.2 million. After leaving Nogales, Mexico we entered the Sonoran Desert and traveled on Highway 15. We were now on some long stretches of road which at times seemed desolate and there was not much traffic. It's not recommended that one drives these roads alone or at night and ...
... be more than prepared to keep evaluations after having good or terrible experiences. Make use of this to your advantage when you are looking for an area to get furniture from. In case you are changing home furniture within your living room area, pick a shade that is certainly neutral, like tan or black color. Whenever you select natural household furniture, it is a lot easier to improve the design of an area by altering accessories or fresh paint hues. Like that, ...
... will send pics directly to my phone (or facebook if I so choose). I have 3 (YES THREE) memory cards. You would think I am preparing to photograph a wedding. HAH!
2. I had thoughts of spending some time on this trip looking at work emails just to stay caught up. I have just realized how very asinine this idea is. I will NOT be looking ...
... soon gave way to canyons, red rocks, and cacti in Arizona. We've had a taste of this before in Las Vegas and Colorado, but to drive through such a long stretch of it felt incredible. We even got to drive parallel to the passing Union Pacific railroad!
It was a bit jarring to transition from two-lane, 75 MPH, sparse I-10 to the bustling roads outside of Phoenix. However, we did reach the city before rush hour, so we got to our hotel by 4 ...
Continuing with the friends and family week theme , we packed up camp in the Grand Canyon area and headed south to Prescott, AZ. Here we met up with our old friends from New York, Erin and Frank. Erin, Kristi and I go back 25 years and even if we don't talk as often as we should, it is always easy picking up where we left off. I pretty much grew up at Erin's home throughout high school, so it was a special treat to see her mom, ...