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Travel Blogs from Prescott
... the way we noticed that traffic was light, moved smoothly and though there were streetlights all along the highway, they weren’t lit. Most of the buildings were dark also. Once we reached the Bund area of the city, there were plenty of lights with buildings lit up like Times Square with continually changing light displays and advertising.
Our hotel was the Westin and it is very luxurious! We have a beautiful ...
... 8221; or “good way,” which has become the name of the
pilgrim’s road, “The Way” (and where the name of the movie came from.)
That's it for the history.
My Story: I first heard of the Camino during Christmas 2013. I was at
Riverside, CA, visiting my family and met a lady one morning who was house
sitting for one of my parents’ neighbors and was out walking their two little
dogs. I ...
... walked a little further and the volunteers that built the shrine were trying to raise money to rebuild the church that was burnt down in the fire. As I walked back to my truck, I was thankful that these volunteers put this on for townsfolk and wanderers like me to see and take in. Driving out, I’d hoped to see the old man in his driveway to bid me adieu but he must have gone on with his day somewhere inside. I drove another 30 seconds and was out of town back on the open road.
... along Route 66. Driving mainly on I-40, we could see what remained of the Arizona Route 66 and although most of it was under I-40, some of it remained in short sections of dirt track and tarmac, with one or two wash bridges standing out as a monument to the old road. We came off the Interstate to stand on the corner in Winslow, Arizona, see the deserted service station at Twin Arrows and drive through Winona.
We had our road trip CD on loud again (it would be on ...
... bacterial growth, feeding off the ferrous and sulfurous wash from the mine tailings upstream. The bacteria don't affect the potability of the water itself, but they blanket the entire creek bottom and make it impossible for other invertebrates to recolonize the stream; so even 100+ years after the mine went out of use, since the mining company never cleaned up the tailings from the mine shaft, the riparian ecosystem is incapable of ...