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The instructions said we had to be at the Pima Air and Space Museum by 0930 at the latest as we were booked onto a tour. So it was another prompt up and off, with an early breakfast. Word on the street said that the temperature was due to rise to over 110 degrees by the afternoon.... weren't we stomping thorugh snow a day or so ago?? The tour we were on would last for 90 minutes and take us through the "boneyard" where thousands of military aircraft are stored, on ...
... blocking the main road between Corozal and Cancun, so the bus may have to take another route which would take longer. Okay. We could work with that since our flight wasn't until 11:30 am. Before I continue telling about our adventure, I want to preface it with some information. While we are used to paying for almost everything in the US by credit card, in most parts of Belize and Mexico they won't accept credit cards. You have to pay by cash. So, ...
... heading out on the roads to the canyons. I wouldn't want to be stuck anywhere in this heat... The night at the hotel was good but short. The alarm clock woke us at 6.30. After breakfast we went out to Frank Lloyd Wrights' Taliesin West (also in Scottsdale) and see the last house we had scheduled on this trip. The last chapter of our 'architectural tour' or actually our 'Frank Lloyd Wright tour'. The tour was scheduled at 9am and took 90mins. It was ...
... nonetheless. Despite these holds literally coming off while he was climbing them, he managed to hang onto the rock to avoid falls!
Lindsey styling a warm up at the Homestead
Mr Queen Creek, Clint, clipping bolts a little earlier after ripping a big block off the wall!
We moved on to the famous Tufa City area in the afternoon where we ...
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