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... and I learned that Sedona won't change for another 3 weeks. I was told that if we went into the mountains ... San Francisco Peaks ... we could see the aspens turning into their bright gold colors. We were planning to visit the Snowbowl this morning as we were leaving Flagstaff but as I mentioned previously it was raining and when you looked up into the mountains, that rain was snow as the peaks were turning white right before our eyes. Oh well we still enjoyed our stay.
I got the dreaded SSSS again. I must call United Pre and find out what the hell is going on.
Went to the club and worked. After a long delay (well, less than two hours but it felt longer), the flight to Albuquerque left. Smooth trip. I got my rental car, had some lunch, then drove to the hotel before the monsoon arrived. Heavy rain and thunder -- love it! ...
... it was going to be like climbing back up later in the day with it being even warmer. The trail didn't have any mile markers but we knew approximately how long it took us to hike a mile. We agreed upon a time and decided if we had not arrived at the warm spring by then we would go back.
We found a stream along the trail in which the water was getting warmer and warmer but we were ...
... replica items. We bypassed the rest of the museum and headed instead into Old Town.
Church Street Cafe looks like a tiny adobe hovel from the outside, but the inside is massive and lined with the shiniest Saltillo tile I've seen in New Mexico. We had enchiladas and chile rellenos on the garden patio, then wandered a little more, ending at the San Felipe church. I stood nervously at the door, never sure of the protocol in such ...
... only building with a bathtub, and the name still exists. We also went to the Bradbury museum (not Ray, the author, but Norris the researcher). He was part of the team that developed the atomic bomb and when the war was over he stayed in Los Alamos and did research to see how nuclear power could be used in peace time. Then we headed to ...