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... this was all accurate and the kids did surprisingly well in the car for most of the day.
For Shaun and I, we kept ourselves entertained watching the constant changing scenery and temperature. When we left San Diego area, the temp was 81 and the area fairly flat, rocky and brown. As we got a little outside the city, we started to climb in elevation and it began to look like we were in a giant river bed, with river rock mountains all around us. ...
... just one king sized bed and a pull out sofa, which we would have to make up.
The evening was to be kicked off at a private viewing at a nearby art gallery, starting at 6pm.
The place breathed money. The wine flowed (it was much more difficult to find some water) and the gallery was dancing with young things heavily made up, fluttering their eyelashes and gushing over the poor husbands who probably held the purse strings.
As a lone woman, Minot dripping ...
Let me start by sharing all my knowledge about Flagstaff prior to our arrival:
1) I have an old friend (from all the way back to kindergarten) who lives there.
2) Aunt Edna passed away somewhere near there in National Lampoon's Vacation.
There. You're caught up.
I really didn't have any expectations about Flagstaff. I'd heard of it, but that's about it. Turns out it's completely surrounded by ...
... businesses. They actually had a bylaw against having a Walmart. It has since been repealed but it's a mute point, as there isn't a piece of land big enough for a Walmart. ;o) They do have a McDonald's, but the building conforms to the color code - even the M is teal green instead of golden. They have one little Ace Hardware store, and it does a thriving business with no Home Depot or Rona stores around.
We have spent our time here so far in awe of the ...
... a phenomenal vision. While it is handicapped accessible I doubt, as you can see, that many handicapped would visit. Everything is uphill and then the circular ramp takes you to the top. When you get there the view is awesome, even the view sitting in the chapel. It is hard to believe that while looking out that window the worshippers would hear a single word the priest was saying, but then again you can't look out that window ...