Days Inn Phoenix
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... we landed.
Clearing customs was the usual sprint but this time we were able to smugly by pass baggage claim. With our passports stamped we were through the gates and met by our lovely host Crustina Lynn. Sadly, the other half of the Lynn family was in China scoping out a wine importer and would meet up with us when we return from New Zealand.
So we're in the land of Oz.
... memories of childhood and family and hear about their life out here far away from their New England roots. Today we went to the Heard Museum. When we came through Phoenix six years ago, we just happened to go to the Heard when the International Hoop Dance Contest was being held. I was thrilled to realize that it was on this weekend and we could take Doreen to see the native North ...
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... two-thirds the way up the mountain Karen veered to the right while I stayed center. At that time a heard a rattle. Knowing immediately what it was I immediately turned around. Once I felt I was a safe distance I turned back again and saw the rattle snake. It was making its way from under one rock to two rocks side-by-side. I did take some pictures of it. So on day three as we were hiking the Tortugas mountain in Las Cruces, NM, Karen ...
... way into the common architecture. The final point on Taliesin, and the reason we are FLW fans, is that Wright did the best work of his career in the last quarter of his life. So, there is still hope for those of us with more modest talents.
The second trick in Phoenix was a visit to a little diner called The Duce, located at the edge of the CBD. The Duce is a traditional trailer-diner positioned inside a boxing gym. You can eat or workout, or both, ...