Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Airport
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I drove us back to the house after we were wildlifed out and we managed to somehow miss the traffic which was good, but I had a major headache from caffeine deprivation by the time we got back and spent most of the evening just lying in bed. I did get a bit of blogging done once it had subsided a bit, and thankfully I had packed yesterday mostly so didn’t have to worry about that as we are on the road again in the morning. Vegas baby! Here we ...
... mention it was Thanksgiving!! That's a massive deal in America, though I'm still not sure what its for. I could google it instead of writing on here that I don't know, but I'm currently enjoying a pumpkin spiced latte, and couldn't be bothered. So get your own googling happening.
So it was really heartwarming to kind of have a family to spend Thanksgiving with, especially for Michael, our tour guide. 8 plates later I was ...
... US Egg Restaurant for breakfast. The helpings are large and the food is good. Next stop was a Dollar Store. This is the best killer of time when you have little ones. I gave each of them $5 and they spent the next hour trying to narrow down their choices!
We spend the afternoon in the pool, splashing, swimming and generally trying to stay cool from the Phoenix sun. There are several pools available throughout the property to ...
... the house. They are giving him a new home in his "old" house! They have 4 dogs but welcome one more to their family. I'm happy that he'll have a loving home in familiar surroundings.
I'm antsy to leave, to get on a plane and start my new life in new places, places I've never seen and am longing to explore. I calmly maintain the placid routine of work and chores, but inside I'm humming and grinning with excitement. ...
Woke ip at 5:30am.
breakfast at 7am.
Picked up a red rock Pass )$5) and got to Long Canyon trailhead at 7:50am. Used that to access Chuckwagon Trail and Devil's Bridge trail. devil's bridge was astounding. Very icy to climb and we were practically crawling in parts.
Left at 10:20.
Drove down secreal miles of dirt road (in a camry), to get to the Palatki Ruins. Arrived at 11am ...