Quality Inn & Suites at Talavi
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... short in order to avoid the rush hour back to Mesa.
It is always a delight to visit with Uncle Eldon and Aunt Dorothy. Uncle Eldon is a master story teller and always has something to talk about. Aunt Dorothy is a fountain of family history information and I learn something new about the family at every visit.
On this visit I found out that Grandpa Kraft and Uncle Joe worked the ...
... long we passed the signage for New Mexico, kept on driving through the state and continued on into Arizona. Today turned out to be one of our longest days at 548 miles before stopping in Homolovi State Park, 57 miles east of Flagstaff. Homolovi State Park, just north of the 40, is a Hopi word meaning "place of the little hills" and the campground is located amidst these desert hills. When we arrived there were only 2 other campers. After a beautiful sunset ...
Desert plants in this beautiful setting is in itself a reason to visit the garden. With the Chihuly pieces it was beautiful. Unfortunately my camera died and some of the best pieces were left out. His latest and most elaborate project is in Seattle at the foot of the ...
... at as a salesperson. So cool to finally meet Suzanne in person. Of course dummy me, I didn't get a picture of her and I together but we plan on a lunch on Wednesday so I'll have a chance to redeem myself ;)
Then up to Sapporo to meet more Facebook friends for the first time in person. UGH... and more people on loop 101 who get in the middle lane and creep along absolutely refusing to move over. I know it happens everywhere but it's still ...
... that could", slow and sure. I have climbed up many a tower, cliff and mountain as I have traveled, but I am never the first one to the top. The trail was full of after-Thanksgiving hikers, hard-core joggers and even a group of "techies" on their weekly exploration of Arizona trails. I often complain about the heat of Arizona. But between the months of November and March, it is actually quite nice. The landscape ...