Buckeye Days Inn
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Hey Ya'll! Before I begin my journey, I thought I'd recap on something I missed in Vegas. We went to this restaurant called Serendipity 3. It's apart of Caesars Palace. They specialize in deserts so between lunch and dinner we decided to give it a go. Looking at the menu, they had things like frozen hot chocolates and deep fried Oreo sundaes, and deep fried snickers sundaes....We had no Idea what a frozen hot chocolate was but we thought instead of asking, ...
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 ...
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 ...
I started the day with an 18 mile bike ride around the area. The bike trails are limited, but the sidewalks are wide, so I ride the sidewalks. Today was a milestone as I passed the 500 mile mark for this trip.
I spent the afternoon and evening with my friends, Bob and Carol. I met them for the first time at my grandson, Justin's, wedding last October. They are my new granddaughter, ...
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 ...