Courtyard By Marriott Scottsdale North
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I originally planned to go hiking at South Mountain (Phoenix) after the horse ride, but I did not find the landscape overly exciting. Therefore, I took two public buses to Camelback Mountain centered between Phoenix and Scottsdale. However, over there no clear starting point for trails became obvious and as I did not prepare myself for this adventure I did not want to take chances. But, I gave it a second ...
... into projects here at the Wallingford Resort as we call it… home comforts are so welcomed! The cactus jelly was made without too many pricklies stuck to us. Elysa, my sister and I burned the stickers off over a flame and Dan cut them into quarters and tossed them into a large pot and cooked 'em til soft…then the usual jelly making process proceeded with output of over 30 half pints. That was fun… next on the agenda: applesauce …2 cases of Fiji ...
... skin wrapped around some tree limbs. I think they are some sort of insulated fiberglass - and sealed to keep everything out. It would be different.
Next, into Winslow, AZ in search of a corner. I've been here before but they now have a cool US66 logo built into the road. The addition of a rebuilt flatbed Ford is also a nice touch. In the picture, many may think I am telling Jackson ...
We just ordered coffee and a breakfast burrito at the Songbird Coffee and Tea shop. After breakfast, we are taking a drive to Flagstaff to meet up with Richard Jacques and then drive to the Grand Canyon for a late afternoon viewing. It is bright and sunny in Arizona and about 70 degrees. We will be climbing to 7000 feet elevation so we have our jackets ...
... out at a pass of sorts, at about three miles. We stopped for a small snack on a nice bench there and relaxed a bit. Then we climbed some more. It wasn't a bad climb, but just another climb that we had forgotten about.
We finally merged with the Go John trail which leads down a series of switchbacks to the parking lot. We were at about four miles by then. We were both getting tired. Lynn was not happy. We walked a bit down the road and ...