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It's technically June 1st and therefore the beginning of my journey. "I go to seek a great perhaps" (Looking For Alaska- John Green, anyone?). After spending the day with my wonderful best friends, brother and father, and numerous phone calls to my mother, I'm ready. Naples, get ready for a girl with a 70 pound suitcase and a heart ...
... from Red Deer) had Shaw.
The HydroHot furnace in our motorhome piled up so we replaced it. We were fortunate enough to find a dual certified AquaHot technician that knew his stuff and he was quick to point out that the unit's burning chamber had a factory defect. He phoned the factory, explained the problem, sent them pictures and fought on our behalf but the warranty had expired... tough. The new one cost us $9000. ...
... Florida. The drive was fine.
It was really hot today, 119 near Chiriaco summit was the record temp my car reported. Very hot here in Chandler. Took an evening swim and am going to get going early on my way to Texas tomorrow!
... the scenic drive through the park and then went to downtown Tucson. The Tuscon Museum of Art had a wonderful 1901 house as part of their exhibit. The Arizona State Museum at the University of Arizona had a very informative exhibit on the peoples which preceded the Apache and Navaho in the sonoran desert in Arizona and Mexico. Then we ...
... salsa, from
recipes handed down through generations to curiosity of their competition. The
salsas' ranged anywhere from tasty unique to hot, granted I am a lover of all
salsa’s that when prepared without gloves would burn the hands off the sun
itself. This probably did not fare well for the contestants that were out to
try to fry my sizzling taste buds, although some thought they had winning fire recipes
the hot ...