Holiday Inn Casa Grande
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... living next to the ocean/sea for any time more that that is the salt air and the damage it can do to virtually everything. It eats concrete and rusts everything. We bought new bicycles before we left that were constructed from aluminum and even they developed surface rust that I am still working on removing. The chains started to rust in short order and my WD-40 couldn't stop it. Every once in a while the sea mist and fog would move in and leave a ...
... started to build Pueblo’s (a group of homes close to each other)... In this case, a group of these people picked a hillside and started to gather rocks... and from the clay and dirt created a mortar which they used to hold the rocks together...
The Tuzigoot Pueblo is one of those communities... it was one of the largest that has been found and protected in the ...
... the flowers are blooming pretty spectacular for November!
We arrived safely in Arizona Cityhttp://myarizonacity.com/ and started the daunting chore of opening the house and unpacking the RV! It always takes longer than you think ... and it takes away from PLAY time! However, the most important part ...
... destination, à travers courbes et montagnes, sous un ciel magnifique et ensoleillé de 22C (71.6F), vers et à travers Phoenix. Quel plaisir de revoir tant de bons amis. Nous avons enlevé la couverture de notre deuxième 'chez-nous' et fait toutes les connections nécessaires en quelques heures. Ce fut enfin notre premier cocktail à l'extérieur, avec les amis, et c'est maintenant l'heure du repos, plutôt ...
We fought a headwind all day today as we climbed in elevations to Maricopa. Our first significant headwind of the trip.
We pedaled through the Sonoran Desert National Monument. We ended up with good miles, but a lot of riding time to accomplish such.
We broke camp at the Church fairly early, but between McDonalds, recharging and just plain folly - we didn't get out of town 'til an hour and a half later.
We love Circle K here! It's like our old allegiance from ...