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Friday started off nice and early quickly entering Utah. High dessert rock formations were incredible. We stopped at an overlook for pictures and found a lovely Native American woman selling jewelry made by her family. Each of the boys got a necklace and we found a prize for our dear neighbor girl, Olivia. The rest of the day was full of driving, up then down and up again. When we crossed into Arizona, we broke out the new portable movie players for the little boys, they were ...
... of awe and disbelief. I am really living my dream. Now remember friends, family and fans, I am going to Vegas, Sin City... If you don't hear from me during the next few days, it just means I may have a Do Not Disturb sign up, or I could be in some drive-thru chapel getting married to Bubba-Joe or I could be slumped over a black jack table... Endless possibilities and opportunities await me (and everyone else) in that oasis which is now only 125 miles away... Till later ...
... into the gravel. Evidently, we're moving about 20mm to the NE every year so I reckon that in a million years we'll be a mile closer to Bonnyville.
We went to the Travis Tritt concert at the Spotlight 29 Casino in Indio and really enjoyed it. We had
great seats and he put on a great show. The park had a "Western Show and Dance" and local entertainers presented skits, cowboy poetry and a few skits. They all dressed in the ...
... To say we are way above average people is well, you know.
As this is being written our plans are being finalized for 2011. Remember those friends I mentioned earlier, the Stewart’s, Anderson’s, Hernandez’s and Zoon’s. Well, after a couple of cocktails they all agreed that Ann (mostly) and I should lead a mini-caravan all the way to Alaska and back. What were they thinking!!!!! This should be very very interesting. We depart the 3rd week ...
... the beach this afternoon. Enjoyed meeting Javier and Mary, from Barcelona tonight.
Another sunny day in paradise. Our breakfast was (not at all rudely) interrupted this morning by the sighting of a pod of dolphins follicking just past where the surf breaks, which is just past the sand dunes protecting our camping spot from the sea. The beach is deserted except for some kelp (and only one or two pieces) and the piece of an ...
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