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Before we left for Phoenix we searched online for a place to camp, but had a hard time finding one that would accept kids (many only allow 55 and older) in the area we were looking to stay. The week before, I was reading a blog about a family who traveled fulltime and read they had a hard time finding one as well until they found The Deserts Edge RV Park and really liked it. It was further away than we were hoping to stay, but again once ...
... font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">And among all this saw the Miami Vice speed boat.
Is a lot of fun… And we discovered a lot of things which would look great in our garage (if the garage would be a little bit bigger and we had the money)
For lunch we were like the real Americans – having a real large burger, Giant sausage –too big for two…
Paul saw a famous race ...
... although she may not be keeping quite the same "pace" as some of our guests. She is likely to simply want to sleep and eat after her term at University. I figure I can get her out biking if there is a shoe outlet store at the end of the ride. Poor kid, we are now into the "winding down the fridge contents' mode after 2 months- so who knows what she'll get fed - whatever it is , it will certainly have salsa on it as we seem to have ...
... Layla was coming at 10 to cut my hair- have not had it cut since end of November-just been hacking at it and it looked it! As soon as she left we headed to the Collision center where we were treated very nicely and professionally. There is a 90% chance my beloved van will be totaled!!!! The reason there is a problem opening the doors is that there is a crease/buckle in the roof torqueing the car body! And under the rear is a mess! I am VERY upset. I love that van and it ...
... 4000 feet in the Laguna mountains.. now the landscape really looked like nothing we had seen before.. rugged, stoney and seemingly lifeless not even a cactus , it looked like something from the moon.. it was however fascinating.. there were few cars and the road itself was massively wide, until we reached the in koh path gorge where the mountains separate allowing the road to pass between, very very spectacular now..huge boulders balancing on ...