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... had replaced a window with patio door on their Arizona room. Fixing up the stucco and continuing the architecture trim style for only $175. Some of Angie and Percy's friends then joined us for drinks and snacks. One of them happened to be neighbours to Richard & Darlene Diehl at Memorial ...
... out to you if you let it.
The cactus forests, different plants you don't see in the mountains of Montana.
Sunsets that bring sighs . Hummingbirds that never stop amazing me.
Stopped in Roosevelt to visit some great friends.
Will spend the night then off to Payson.
From Painted Desert/Petrified forest we headed towards Tuscon. We drove through fog at the Mogollon rim, and arrived at the superstition mountains in the afternoon. We got great hiking advice at the forest service office in Roosevelt lake and headed off to the Salome Canyon. We also visited Tonto National Monument, where petroleum leaks out of the rocks. Tone ended up having horrible allergies overnight, so we departed for the city.
... was planning on doing laundry. And people STILL don't believe me when I say I get all that I ask for and need.
Think It! Feel It! Live It!
PS. Later in the evening the Huey Helicopter showed up. It was on a flat bed trailer when the truck broke down. I spoke with the truck driver. The helicopter had had an oil leak and was set down at some airport. He was hauling it for his employer who repairs them.
... the staff and catch up on news. The cactus are just starting to bloom and visitors are still coming. It will be hot soon and visitors will drop off for the summer. This NP is probably our favorite. It is quite small, only two cliff dwellings but it's archeological importance is much greater than its size. Our time here was very enjoyable and we would consider coming back. If you are interested in learning ...