Hampton Inn Van Horn
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Travel Blogs from Van Horn
... before Larry returned with the coffee.
Within 5 minutes the pain was GONE !
And, as long as I kept the salve on, the itch abated.
I smeared on the salve and carefully put on a sock.
Activated charcoal is a natural drawing agent which is often used as an antidote for poisonings. I buy it online in 1lb. bags for about $18.
For stomach problems, I buy it in capsules or encapsulate the powder myself. ...
... of winds gusting to 60 miles an hour with warnings for large vehicles gave us some pause. Plus the winds were not forecast to diminish much for the next 36 hours. So we decided to spend the next two nights in Van Horn.
In our drive from Marathon to Van Horn we had some great sights of cowboys herding cattle on a ranch and drive by a Tethered Aerostat Radar System site that ...
... more tolerable. Now for the "tourist" side of the destination:
We have heard about the National Park of Carlsbad Caverns since we were children. Well, we were finally able to view it first-hand. No wonder our grade school teachers raved about it (remember stalagmites and stalactites)! Allow yourself at least two hours (not including travel) and you will experience the largest expanse of underground caves ...
We decided to spend the day exploring the Grand Canyon, about two and a half hours north. The lovely drive north through the Oak Creek Canyon with the bubbling roadside creek and colorful trees was capped by the sight of a hot air balloon rising into the clear mountain air as we neared Flagstaff. After a short disagreement, Sara got her way about taking a side loop to see the Sunset Crater Volcano ...
... highway that there was a mountain range that we hadn't seen the night before due to all of the smoke.
Highlight of today was the stop at the HD shop. Very nice shop. Didn't buy a thing, except our Dealer Dot, and a couple of poker chips for some co-workers who save them.
Tomorrow is San Antonio, where we get to visit our friend Kay and my niece and her hubby, Kelly and Nick. Looking forward to tomorrow.
Until tomorrow. Sher