Hilton Phoenix/ Mesa
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We had planned to just relax and enjoy the day but ended up being productive. Sometimes we just can't help ourselves.
It was quite windy and cooler today. A cold front is coming in and the weather forecast is for the temperature to drop below freezing. They are actually advising people to bundle up when ...
... return to Bonito Forest Service Campground just a bit north of Flagstaff. It's near a defunct volcano and has a uniqueness to it as a result. No real soil is present, but lots of Douglas fir trees and some strange rabbit-looking squirrels. We'll spend two nights there and will have no phone or internet. Sounds good to me. The books will work great and we have lots of room now to stretch out and read. Then ...
... small box of things back in the shed. I have clothes to sort through to see what I will take to Hawaii, but they can wait till tomorrow. We are planning to wear old things and throw them away or at least leave them on the island. Then we will have room to bring some of the thinks Phil has stored over there (at $100 per year). Much of it can be thrown away but some he will want to keep and bring home. It is still stormy so will go for pool and then home ...
... made popcorn and walked to it. Saw Lincoln, and it was good, though slow moving and very hard to understand as they talked low. Home after that and I fixed our Sat night dinner of dogs and beans (with a pina colada for me) and some TV and bed.
Sunday Feb 9th-Up to sunny day with high of 76 predicted. Salem has over 10 inches of snow and Boston even more and here we are! We were up a bit earlier but probably still won’t ...
... it with fervor and intensity. Once in a while some oddball cop would object to Rancid’s actions, like when he handcuffed an old man to a pole for discarding a soft cup on the sidewalk, but he came to expect this on occasion-there’s always a few bad apples in every bunch. That was simply a fact of life.
Most of the beach people respected him – they always complied with his orders without hesitancy, except for that crew across from ...