Holiday Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport North
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... Santa Fe this morning nice and early at 8am as we had a long driving day ahead and wanted to fit in a couple of sightseeing stops along the way. I didn’t feel too well first thing and had been awake since five, but thankfully Hayley wanted to drive first so I spent the initial first hour in the car resting my eyes a bit more and drinking lots of water. Our first stop was a little off our route to Phoenix but we wanted to see the Kasha-Katuwe Tent ...
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On the plane I got a voice message from my college classmate Jason Yang who is currently working for Microsoft in Seattle as an ...
... aunt Ramona to meet back up with us since we went to go help a very pregnant Mikaela get everything including a cute toddler in the car. Once everyone had eaten we walked to where the "train" was so we could do that. Kat & Ramona stayed behind since they didn't have a bracelet. We then joined up with them to tour more of the park that we had seen by "train". The children got a chance to run through the water pads that they have ...
After Bisbee and Naco, it was time to do a little communing with nature. Nature, as in leave the black top and get out on the sandy ruts and occasional boulders. We left the highway somewhere between St. David and Tombstone. At no point was Dick intimidated by apparent dead-ends...well he was once, but that was just using good judgment. (Ask me sometime about trying to drive over an impassible boulder-strewn road ...