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... species of cactus was represented. So interesting.
It was sad to say goodbye to Laura, we so enjoyed our time together. The good news is she will be in NJ, Cape May in a few months. We will see her in September!
Our drive to Phoenix brought us through miles of saguaro cactus. Some can be 200 years old and grow to heights of 50 feet. Another of ...
... girl working behind the counter. As Bruno and Dan both speak Spanish perfectly they let her know I thought she was beautiful... Then sent me in about two or three times to get "directions", sure they were capable of asking her, but noooo, it had to be me to ask her. Thanks guys.
Next stop was 'Tilted Kilt' for dinner, still not sure which I preferred more. I certainly did like the meal I had there more than at 'Hooters'. Great suggestion from our ...
... out what they were selling. It was not cheap. I guess these were the California prices.
Laurie and I were discussing the fact that we had not seen a single javelina this trip...and they're supposed to be everywhere here. We rode from the town, past the casino, and crossed the interstate......where a javelina walked right across the road in front of us. Silly us, wandering out in the boondocks looking for critters. We should ...
... We made our way slowly up the road. Even Esty's jeep was being tested. I had wanted to go about 5 miles up to the meadow that looks down into Oak Creek Canyon. But at 3 miles we stopped at the Cow Pies trailhead and ate fruit and enjoyed the views there before turning around.
Back at home we rejoined my DW, Frankie, cleaned up and went out to dinner at Elote Cafe. It was a new experience for Esty and we enjoyed the dinner as always. Conversation and ...
Due to a rainy forecast, we stayed closer to Flagstaff today and visited the Sunset Volcano and Wupatki National Monuments...which are about 20 miles north of Flagstaff.
We went into Sunset Volcano National Monument first, and started the day with a pretty tough trail that ascended 300 vertical feet in less than one-half mile, but it was a nice view from the top.
Next was a one mile walk through a lava field. They think this volcano ...