Quality Inn Globe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... of the most spectacular scenery we've seen. The cacti are awesome. Huge. There are magnificent rocks and cliffs. Blue sky. Fluorescent citrus green moss. Beige, red, brown and yellow rocks. Steep valleys. We drove along, music playing on the car radio, windows down, singing! We feel so happy.
We found the tiny town of Tortilla Flat. The bar has saddles for stools, and $1 notes cover every wall surface. Continuing the drive, we stopped a lot for photo ...
... side of the highway and found a dirt road turnout about a quarter mile down the canyon. After much debate we made a break for it. It lead to a dead rotting cow and a favorite place for copper thieves to strip their stolen goods.
Much searching for some possible way around and we were left to fervent prayer. Out of the blue a small pickup drove in there looking for firewood for their camp. We pleaded with them to put our bikes in the back of their truck and haul us ...
... 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.
... to follow carins (little rock piles) to stay on track. Luckily, Neal is a master navigator and we had 8 GPS devices amongst the 4 of us! Although, there were a few times that my nerves began to pulse, we made it down the Cave Trail portion of Peralta with no issues! It was actually quite a bit of fun negotiating the steep trail to the bottom. There was a part that was actually a smooth wash that I had to scoot down on my butt to keep ...