Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are now headed for Los Angeles, California to visit family. They live in West Hollywood. Despite the reputation of this location, the family we are visiting is a happily married heterosexual couple that recently gave birth to an adorable baby boy.
We wanted to cut the trip from Sedona to LA in half, so we stopped along the route in Quartzite, Arizona which is near the California border. My reason for selecting this location for the ...
... s) and (probably) far more than we would ever need on a one-night-in-the-wilderness adventure.
So around 10:00 we took off, totally uneventful and normal amid news notifications of the "fringe of Hurricane Norbert" but since we haven't seen rain since, probably, March, didn't really pay much attention. We hit a little bit of moisture on the road at about Rancho Cucamonga but only in passing though "gee, I wish for the sake of our yards we'd get ...
... was not as green as the other side until we came to the lower elevation. The people living on this side have their homes sitting on stilts on the side of the mountain and in fact some of their driveways are on the roofs.
Home we went to try to find a Jiffy Lube to change the oil and it is Thursday so it is pizza night!!!
FRIDAY 5/9- We tried to find a place to have the oil in the Jeep changed since it is time and Terry only uses one kind of oil. Can't find so now ...
... so here other roads are perpendicular to the ones one uses coming from the east. Covering 1.9 million acres the area was the last area of the continental US to be mapped and remains “frontier” country, for the most part accessible to hikers, horses and 4-wheel drive vehicles only and is a geological sampler, with a huge variety of formations, features, and world-class paleontological sites.
The visitor ...
... came for a visit. It was heartwarming to connect with everyone--special people all. Thanks to each and every one for the love, support and encouragement as we began this new chapter!
It was time to say goodbye to our kitties next, so we drove up to Manhattan Beach for their final vet exam, and timidly handed them off to their pet transporters. We gained ever more appreciation for our vets back in Flagstaff ...