Hampton Inn Suites Phoenix Surprise
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... no pansies, and a gravel lot. Adhering to my don't go back rule I proceed to the office. It didn't look great from the road and up close it is worse, but somehow dive-ish mo'tels often add to the mystic of the motorcycle adventure.
A Nice Indian Fellow greets me and spooges some lavish attention on my bike, he regales me with tales of riding Triumphs and Enfields back in his native India when he was a boy. I patiently wait while he waxes back to his ...
All the alarms went off at 4:30, just a cacophony of noise. Pack up, clean up, eat up (breakfast burritos... mmmm). Kim threw away her cracked helmet. That was sad and that was real. On the road. I rode by myself today. It was good to have that time to recoup. The ride started with some climbing and then it was pretty flat. It was a really quick ride. We made it to Wickenburg, AZ by 10:30am. ...
... founder of Sturm, Ruger & Company, a large firearms maker. Their first product was the Ruger Standard, the most popular .22 caliber target pistol ever made in the U.S. At 5,368 feet, Prescott is the last true mountain town on my 2014 Ride Through the Rockies. *** Leaving Prescott, the ride to La Quinta is all downhill from here. AZ-89 south from Prescott is a fun, twisty mountain road. Parts of it are known as the White Spar ...
... the surrounding landscape or 12, 635 feet above sea level.
At Flagstaff, we headed south on Interstate 17. We knew we were at about 7,000 feet and looked forward to getting to a lower elevation and warmer temperatures. The wind and cold had taken its toll on us and we were ready to again be comfortable.
As we crossed the 3,000 foot elevation line we saw our first Sonoran Cactus. At first they were sparse then gradually increased ...
Trying to warm up my mom at the parking lot dust bowl patch of stones and dirt, I leapt out of sync for a volley and had to gracefully ease myself into a fall onto the bases of my hands, using the grip of the racket in my hand as landing abrasion matter. So since it started raining shortly thereafter, we could afford to buy first aid items from the nearby CVS and, she ended up winning her match later in the day! What ...