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... had an amazing shrimp tapas and enjoyed our seats outside next to a fire pit.
After dinner, we went to check out our room at the hotel. The room was nice and the trip was off to a great start. We were looking forward to seeing Taliesin West tomorrow.
Maybe the only bad thing is that breakfast at the hotel is only until 9 am...
... in the various thrift stores and galleries.
As beautiful as it was, we wanted to be sure to arrive in Sedona for the sunset so our visit was somewhat brief. Kasia and I still didn't know what to expect and we were really excited to finally be there.
It was also around this time that I started feeling my allergies kick in, complete with the itchy hives on my pulse points and the scratchy throat that feels like it lost a bit of circumference. I ...
... than I had thought. Back out to Don and Anita’s and Megan where we had a spaghetti dinner, watched TV and off to bed.
July 30th-Tuesday- A stay at home day, till later this afternoon. Suzie called and Lee was taken back to the hospital – he is worse instead of better! Will now meet her at the Salem Hospital this afternoon and then on to Gary and Sharons. At the hospital later to see Lee. Suzie, and Lee’s kids, were there and ...
... and I promised a blog dedicated to it, so here it is!
Diane discovered the Old House on VRBO.com in July of last year. VRBO stands for "Vacation Rentals By Owner". People who own homes and condo’s list them on the site for rent anywhere from one night to multiple months. We’ve used the site dozens of times and we’ve never been disappointed. Since we enjoy cooking, we knew right away that the “self catering” option was the way to go. It is ...
... Parks is the Rangers. And here like every park there are talks and walks and enthusiastic staff who with deep knowledge help us to understand more of the geology, fauna and flora. A few facts must suffice to fuel the imagination for those who have not seen it. It is 227 miles long, more than a mile deep and 11 miles wide.
Utah and Arizona are huge and empty but by now we are comfortable with driving hour after hour through the beautiful mountains and desserts. ...
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