La Quinta Inn & Suites Prescott Convention Center
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We started out from Santa Rosa around 9:30am.The weather is a lot cooler that I thought it would be. It was around 56 degrees in Santa Rosa this morning. The skies cleared but we ran into some scattered showers from New Mexico state line to around Houck, Arizona.
New Mexico has some of most well kept interstate we've ever seen. They actually landscape the medians and ...
... to the simplicity of leaving my life behind, just happened without much struggle or thought. You know how sometimes you do something that seems totally wacky or crazy to other people and you can't really explain it very well because you're not really sure why you are doing it yourself? But you do it anyway without giving it much thought and everything just seems to fall in place like it was meant to be? That's how it happened with me and the Camino. I didn't hit ...
Left the park by about 8:30 am this morning before the heat of the day got strong as we wanted to do Montezuma Castle and the Fort Verde State Historic Park. It was an awesome place-- $2 discount for admission because we had the receipt from visiting Tuzigoot yesterday. Both Denis and I very much enjoyed the visit. The people lived there some 700 years ago. At one point they actually permitted visitors to climb ...
... with in those forests. I will keep you informed. He did recommend an Arches state park but when I got there it was closed with no explanation. I figure those rangers might be helping with the National Parks.
i still had a great day of riding and will just have to wing it . . . Get in where I can and see what I can in the area. Disappointed but pushing on.
... km2), occupying portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico. It is the largest land area assigned primarily to a Native American jurisdiction within the United States.) On through Flagstaff ...