La Quinta Suites
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... was not to be.
The guide had organised a tour of the castle, which excited me as much as working in hospitality, and whence we met the guide my enthusiasm plummeted even further. The woman was dressed in Spanish colonial style clothing, with an old black dress and a bonnet on her head, before launching into her rehearsed speech. It seemed that every sentence ended with the question 'What do you think Scotty did?' to which Anna and I looked at each other in confused ...
... fast and small snake.
After that we stopped at Subway to get a lunch for a picnic and then headed to another open space park, this one on the west side of town. We ate at a wrought iron table on the cement patio overlooking a large field in front of the river where dozens of Canada geese gathered. To my delight, 4 sandhill cranes flew in and landed at the far edge of the field.
We explored two trails along parts of the Rio ...
Another early start, and today was a particularly exciting day for me. I haven't flown for over a year, and now finally I get to step back into an aircraft that doesn't have screaming children on board. We met at the church once again to be transported to Kirkland AB so we could do our Orientation Flights or O Flights. This is exactly the same as the air cadets AEF flights. When ...
... delayed about half an hour. The flight to Albuquerque had no turbulence at all. Although I found the United Airlines hostess to be very informal as they lounged along a row of seats at the back of the plane reading a book over half the flight. But they really had no where else to go and hang out. If the plane had been full I would've felt for them standing around for over and hour. At Albuquerque Airpot we were shortly after walking out by my aunt we didn't have to ...
... came, we took the thing down and examined it properly. It seems that it expired in 2008. It came with the motorhome and unless you took it down and read on the back, you'd never see the expiration date. Best guess, the sensor went screwy and gave us false alarms.
To top this off, we got a call from Heather (our daughter) at 7 am telling us she had lost her purse. Her phone is tied to Laurie's account so this set off a mad scramble to deal ...