DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Phoenix - Gilbert
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... I do that too) - it's like the part of the song that was lacking comes out in full force when listening to it while driving or flying...or I just may be odd. So anyway, I collected songs into playlists that reflected my particular mood at the time...and were meant for travel. One (rather extensive) playlist full of loud, very angry (frankly furious) songs; another full of heart wrenchingly sad, lonely, lost and hopeless songs; another of over the top cheery, nauseatingly ...
And on the ninth day they rested...
Today was a much needed rest/laundry day at my cousin's place east of Phoenix. Riding consisted of a solo trip to North Scottsdale to meet a former business colleague for lunch. Typically an ATGATT* guy, today was my first experience riding in shorts, a T-shirt, and soft shoes. I ...
If you ever plan to motor west,
Travel my way, take the highway that is best.
Get your kicks on route sixty-six.
- Bobby Troup
While today was mostly a "travel" day to get to my cousin's house east of Phoenix, the plan was to ride as much of Route 66 as possible east out of Needles, CA. Unfortunately a road closure due to Wednesday's flash flooding prevented us from experiencing the section through the ...
... of classes. I was the secretary and eventual president of an art history club on campus and participated in a museum internship to collaborate on a new space for a piece of the Berlin Wall our school owns. The pinnacle of my undergraduate year was receiving a grant to curate along with two peers a photography exhibit titled "Reflections of Flagstaff." Outside of being crazy in school I am an avid reader and have seen a ridiculous amount of movies. ...