Hampton Inn Prescott
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... so we then crossed the road of 89A to hit some
forest roads, and that was the best part of the trip we saw herds of
mule deers, and the coolest thing was seeing a flock of wild turkeys
(not the drink)....I think I might have gotten a pictures, but I was
so astounded to see them. Anyway that was the 2nd day of
the trip....Today was pretty cool we went down to Phoenix to a place
called Shooters World......rented a couple of guns (9 mil, and ...
... like national parks, which in one month I will be eligible to get into for free! So my plan is not unusual but it just sounds so incredibly awesome to do. My sister did it, why not me? well she was better funded, but so what.
I got a passport so I can venture into Canada or Mexico. I have the list of places to go. so now what? I just need reliable transportation of course. I was thinking a van, camper style. so I can go live in ...
... as usual. Everybody has said we should go to Red Rock state park at Sedona so we set off North, it's not far and they were right it's absolutely amazing, red cliffs and huge red columns called Cathedral rock. We went for a hike along some of the trails and of course when it says end of state park boundary Peter insists we go through the fence, well we go for quite a way, it's quite eerie as I guess it's an old river bed but your walking on slabs of red ...
... we realized that they did not go into effect until 3am for a bike race. It was kind of funny cuz we weren't the only ones. We walked around the square, checked out the shops and interesting people, and looked at St. Michael's Hotel. Matt's Saloon was a stop on G's list of things to do, so we stopped in to have a drink - no old cowboys to teach us how to two-step but horse racing activity was in full swing. It was not very busy, so we were thinking the old cowboys were ...
... FB meet-up, it turned out they were both from Queens, and Carol and I shared our ethnic heritage. I found myself with two new friends in addition to Laura, and Laura found herself feeling briefly left out due to her lack of Yiddish skills and Queens inflection. (Don’t worry, after Carol and Michael departed, Laura and I resumed our 1:1 visit in more conventional language and had a lovely time.)