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... big bugs from room had a meal ready to leave US and enter Mexico tomorrow
Days since start, 88 days
Mileage on bike 69983
Mileage covered in US and Canada 16033
New Kreiga bags worked well, finally think we have right arrangements for packing bike.
Hopefully this will mean Tom stops ...
... but I guess I"m just not part of the cognoscenti. We are solar charging now.
I can't remember if I told you all about our poison ivy experience. As our family knows, Scott is highly susceptible to it. One day we took a rest, both exhausted. I say, "is that poison ivy?" Scott says, "no!" We both say, " hum, has three leaves". And sit down. A few days later Scott broke out with poison something from the 'Yep, it is', poison ivy. At the first convenience store we came to we ...
... thought they had more water than they did. Anyway, as we left he blessed us with "may the wind be at your back and all the lights ahead be green". Perfect bicycle blessing.
We are now stopped at Dateland Arizona. They grow medjool dates here and it is the home of the famous date shake. The shake was way too sweet and tastes like dates, hee hee. It reminds me of my mom, she loved dates. We had such a wonderful camp ...
We decided to devote the entire morning to geocaching. Boring? Not a chance! On our way into the desert, we stopped off in town to find "Hey gringos it's pronounced Heeluh." It's a cache tucked into a safety barrier atop a cyclone wire fence at the ball field. While there, an electrician for the city, turned painter, came over and asked if we'd found it. We showed him how it all works and explained the phone app Another worker ...
We arrived here yesterday afternoon and just hung out for the afternoon and evening. There are about 180 sites here and the park borders the Sonoran Desert. Our neighbors, on both sides, are older folks, in their mid-seventies, but active and interesting. Both guys had worked for Boeing in the distant past and are from the Northwest. They were both just passing through.
Today we decided to take a hike. It ...