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... and exclaiming, "You should see it, the streets are flooded...This guy came zooming down the street and the water flew up like a giant wave and soaked me...I'm done, that's it"! Well we'll see...I know my wife...I bet it's not over yet.
Update: It wasn't over...I went with her! After, we had a very nice supper at a quaint Mexican resturant!
Odometer Reading today: 59,973
Miles traveled to date: 3,328
... got to see a lot of the sunrise which was beautiful! But I will say I was totally disappointed I missed it. :( And now moving on. ;) ha! We went on some other trails and saw some more gorgeous views! The sun was barely above the horizon when we arrived and, of course, I hadn't charged my cell, so as soon as I tried to take a picture it died... ;) I'm posting a few from Brad's camera. Disappointed, but still satisfied with one heck of an amazing view and time!!! ...
... for the Motorhome today. $500 later, ouch!
Yay, it's Friday. Skype day.
Had a 'stay at home' Saturday. Did laundry, housework (not much of that anymore :-) ). Ed got the bedroom TV working, good stuff. Had a Skype call from my sister, niece and Mum, was so great to see and talk to them. Also had a Skype call from Ed's Dad and Heather in NZ. We love SKYPE! Will post more pics in the next blog entry. Yes boys, the motorbike pic will be there :-)
After a tremendously successful event, it was time for me to head back home!
Unfortunately, there aren't too many people who take the train into or from Vegas so there was only one time that the train leaves per day and it's really late in the evening.
Yesterday, I woke up in the hotel and had to check out. I left all of my bags with the bellman because I wanted to explore the city and catch up with friends a bit before I headed back without a super heavy bag in tow ...
... helpful. One carried my bags up to my room, despite the fact that there was an elevator. I offered to handle it myself, but he wasn't taking no for an answer. Another fetched us (my roommate and myself) each a fan, an item I considered to be an absolute necessity in the face of no air-conditioning. It is actually rather pleasant here--we're at 6700 feet, so it's not as hot as down in the desert, but the breeze is ...