Buckeye Days Inn
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May 19th – Day 15
After 2 full weeks of busy days and
setting up the RV we are setting off on our first big drive. Heading
towards the Grand Canyon. We were going to take it more leisurely but
then we realised it is Memorial Weekend in a few days and everyone
will probably have long weekends and leave town so we wanted to get
there earlier so we can miss the crowds.
So we stayed with Ray and Rose again
We started out much later than we had expected/planned.
Nita had 2 work conferences to attend. During the previous days drive she lost connection a few times and since these were important meetings she could not risk loosing connection. So we stayed and planned to leave after the meetings.
After her meetings Nita went to the store to pick up a few things while I ...
There won't be much roughing it as the cabin is gorgeous from the pictures we have seen. I can't wait to slip on a sweater in the morning and have coffee on the deck while smelling the beautiful pine trees that surround the property. There is a hiking trail right across the street and several lakes nearby where we can picnic and fish.
Very sad leaving Neal, Tina and the children this morning but still we will be seeing them in July in England, will miss all the weekend football though. Wonderful weather as we left (it had rained all weekend) and we decided to take the scenic route not the freeway, so with TomTom set to shortest not fastest we set off, heading for Julian which Tina says is famous for its apple pie. Soon got to the mountains, well ...
We left Flagstaff fairly early today. George woke up and was rearing to get back on the bikes for the day, or maybe it was because thundershowers were in the forecast and he wanted to get ahead of them. It was a chilly 15 degrees when we left. Chilly because it was at 7000 feet and windy. The dark clouds covered the sky for about 2 hours threatening to pour on us at any minute. Oddly enough we did not wet today. The elevation ...