Quality Inn Globe
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... wheelers or loaded down in the back with them, bore down directly at us. I yelled "WATCH OUT!", to Chris as we dove against the guardrail. He never even made an attempt to move into the other lane that was available to him.
We continued on and pulled off the road in the worst place imaginable. Cars couldn't see us from either direction because of the tight turn. We just sat there unable to make any decision. The options seemed completely absent. I eventually ran to ...
... had now dropped below what was expected and my sleeping bag was useless. I curled up at the bottom of my sleeping bag and cuddled with Boston who was also shivering through out the night. I woke up almost every hour to turn on my side. I had to lift the 40lb. dog off of me in order to do so every time. I noticed that everything felt wet around me and wondered if the dog had decided to go to the bathroom. I didn't ...
... 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.
Of course, while we were hiking, I kept my eyes open for the gold of the Lost Dutchman's Mine. According legend, a family from Mexico, the Peralta's abandoned the family gold mine in the Superstitions in the 1850s after the Apaches massacred their miners. The Lost Dutchman was a German guy who discovered the map to the mine and supposedly many hidden pockets of gold. He died and all that anyone has ever found to this day is maps ...
... morning – but finding a site proved a little challenging. Number one choice didn’t exist any more, number 2’s showers/restrooms weren’t working so we ended up at The Tiffany: a very nice site on Main St with few facilities but a very friendly owner. We toasted our holiday with a glass of wine, amusingly named “Fat *******”; we’d been saving this for our last night but sadly it was consigned down the drain after one ...