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... as we found it does not cool down in the evenings! It was still in the high 90's by later tonight. We spent a couple hours walking around. We ended up back at the Bronco and did a picture of Greg and Aunt as they reminisced about the hours they spent in the bronco during family jeeping trips. Then everyone was ready to sit and so we found a picnic table to sit at. Everyone was tired and extremely hot. We decided a trip to Culvers for ice cream sounded ...
... Copley Plaza-very upscale and the ‘place to be seen’.
May 15th- Another 104 degree day! Hope this doesn’t go on all summer!! I am going through bins in the new shed--It’s like Christmas-I have forgotten much of the stuff! Some goes in the sale box, some to give away (lots so far) and a few personal things I am keeping. I have started on EBay again. Pulled a few weeds that have managed to grow in the front ‘yard’! ...
I am beginning to think that June 24th will never get here!!
The organization that I am traveling with to Peru has three different summer sessions and the first session started about one week ago. Pictures are starting to pop up on the group facebook page, and it makes me more excited everyday when I see the group going to different museums and getting to know each other at the orientation. Yesterday was their first day of work in the different hospitals, clinics, ...
... lot of memories flood back of all the fun we had had in this great town so felt better to just be on my way. It was beginning to sprinkle while I was there and continued to get worse as I went south. I turned east at Monticello and the sky was dark-that funny yellow/green/black before a storm color. And storm it did-all the way to Cortez where I spent the night. I had a $50 gift cert for Best Western so stopped there. They only had one room left for the night- a suite at $179!! ...
We decided to turn off of the interstate and follow the directions from the GPS. It's somewhat scary trusting the GPS because it doesn't know that we're driving a big honkin' motorhome. But we checked the route with the Trailer Life Directory routing program, which lets you put in your vehicle dimensions, and it sent us on the same roads as the GPS.
So we got off at Lordsburg, NM and tightened up our seatbelts!
The Old West Highway goes from Lordsburg, NM on US-70 to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service