Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix/Scottsdale
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... As it is on a military base, we had to show ID. Our guide was a veteran, a voluble volunteer and I couldn't help thinking that his wife must be thrilled that he is out of the house and from under her feet several days a week. Whatever, all the volunteers looked as if they were having a great time with the lads, and re-living their old military days. The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG), often called The Boneyard, is a United States Air ...
... open the boot just to check that they had taken everything and , guess what, there was someone else's luggage in the boot. We had driven off in the wrong car. We followed the golf cart back to the hotel lobby to find the owner of the car looking very relieved. In my defence, the car was identical to ours and the valet must have thought that the mistake would cost him his job. Jen starts filming tomorrow so we are going to visit the set to see how a film is ...
... group of 24 people and the guide was really great. She showed us around the 'winter house' of FLW and his architect school and told us extensively about his life and his visions. It was all quite interesting. Taliesin West again is an amazing creation and both Lenny and myself are happy we scheduled this visit in as well... The one house I would still love to see in future is his house Taliesin in Wisconsin, his summer house and also an architect ...
We got an earlier start this morning since Lynn's hair was behaving well. The trip included just about all but rain and hail. It would have been a pushover for a mailman or any gender of mail person.
We drove out of Page onto another two lane road and the weather warmed considerably as we moved south towards Flagstaff. Lots of red rock, cliffs, hills and valleys ...
... 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 ...