Hilton Phoenix Airport
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The game was actually similar to last night's but not quite as dramatic. The D-Backs were down 2 runs going into the bottom of the 7th, where they rallied for 6 runs including 2 homers. The Braves scored 3 more in the next two inning to make it tighter but ultimately the home team prevailed.
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... on the surface we pressed on cautiously, confidently, through Greenhorn Pass (6102ft) and dropped down into the town of Kernville near Lake Isabella, the road to the east and access to the Death Valley National Park.
The park was certainly spectacular even if the remoteness and inaccessibility that made it terrifying to the first Europeans to venture there have long since dissolved with the bituminous roads and the ever present park service. ...