Crossland Economy Studios - Phoenix - Metro - Dunlap Ave.
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... with the gentleman in the store and he inspired us to enjoy an Indian Taco. Of course, we had to have a freshly made taco and dessert on the grounds before leaving. Indian tacos are a fried bread, piled high with all the fixings, the size of a large dinner plate. One was large enough for both of us to share. The dessert taco was also the same fried bread, but it had honey, cinnamon, and powdered sugar on it instead of the ...
... to finish our trip and a great final lesson in the kindness of strangers.
Coming home after 5 months on the move was a strange feeling, but I was so happy to see everyone again, I had missed them all so much.
I don't know if I can sum up my trip, or should for that matter. I'm just going to think of this as an introduction to the rest of the world and to many more adventures.
It was truly life-changing and an experience I will never ...
... got caught up in a couple areas and will need to return for more of the countries. Even the smallest islands have their own traditional music and instruments. The things I noticed about each country, They all had a drum, a horn, a flute and a string instrument. All made out the the materials of the area and those materials made the unique sounds that became the sound of the area. Its overwhelming in the variety ...
... with misters running over the outside seating at the bar (It was 103 degrees out). Near the entrance was a 10' by 10' glass room that contained a sort of perpetual motion/Rube Goldberg machine that dropped balls through various channels and through various obstacles. The first thing I noticed inside was the odd lighting. The roof was closed today due to the extreme temperatures so the lights were on but there is a good deal of ...
We reached Lake Pleasant, a recreational area north of Phoenix, about 5 pm, just in time to make the pad Thai to go with Barrie's green-curry chicken! The Kan-Aka-Bakes had circled the wagons down by the lakeside, saving us a spot to angle in and join them. The lake view is really lovely, but being Presidents Day weekend and 28+ degrees (yay!), it got very busy and noisy on the ...