Quality Inn - Cottonwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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On the commute to the retreat this morning, Nancy said she is having doubts about staying another week in the program. She's having stomach burning & doesn't feel well, so maybe this will pass. We had breakfast with the lady from NY/Israel who is leaving this morning for NY. She's an interesting character, a pianist who records healing piano music, among other things. We haven't seen hide nor hair of Dr. Julie yet this morning. We have ...
... theater was the longest running single screen theater in the US until 1998 when a fire destroyed the building. It reopened in 2005 as a restaurant with the original charred walls in the dining room.
On our way back to the RV, we had to maneuver around the cows on and beside the road to our RV site. The Vere Valley is full of interesting history, but we will be heading to norther Arizona ...
... thankfully the road was open) where a lot of people were tobogganing, ski shoeing and having fun in the snow on the side of the mountain. We seemed to be going up and up and never realised that there is actually a ski area at Flagstaff. The weather was to produce a few inches of snow and a lot of people were heading there for the weekend.
Our drive continued down through Oak Creek Canyon which is a very scenic drive through a narrow canyon with plenty ...
On our way to the Grand Canyon we saw a forest fire. Next, we were at the Grand Canyon. It was a lot bigger then i thought it would be, it's taller then a mile long, 3 vertical Empire State Buildings could fit inside it. Also we watched these Indians (Navajo) do awesome things with hula hoops and stuff. After that we ate at the Grand ...
... the camper behind us, and we started by going back to Slide Rock. Dean especially loved climbing around the rocks there and at first really wanted to go down the rock slide but when he realized how cold and intimidating it looked he got scared and didn't want to anymore. We knew it was safe and had watched other kids slide down it so we wanted to use this experience to encourage him to push past his fear, but we didn't know how far we should go with it. So I ...