The Clarendon Hotel And Spa
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... a tiny schoolroom turned museum at one end and a general store at the other end. It was great stop that we would have missed if the road hadn’t turned to gravel.
Phoenix was too hot but we did not let that stop us. Next stop... The Grand Canyon. It’s supposed to be a lot cooler up there. I'm looking forward to that.
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... in New River, north of Phoenix, a distance of 172 miles. It was nice to arrive early afternoon so we could set up camp and then enjoy the pool and sun for a few hours. This would be our home for the next 10 days. That evening we drove the Jimmy into Cave Creek as Bob had read of a bar called Hogs & Horses that had steer roping and bull riding on Friday nights. The bar was easy to spot as the parking lot was jammed full of trucks, horse trailers ...
... raisins and gave them to us, explaining that we "looked as if we needed them". Weird.
We eventually made our way across to Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado where we spent a day, looking at ancient stone structures made by the native Anasazi people around 200AD. They were very impressive. From there we drove to the Canyon of the Ancients for some more short hikes and rock climbing. We also took full advantage of the van, cooking big ...
We left on our trip today and everyone was very excited! After arriving at the airport in Phoenix we were told there were many seats still available in Business Class so we splurged and upgraded. The kids were extremely excited to sleep in their "pods." I was very excited to have a lay flat bed to sleep on. Steve was not excited about the splurge. Those of us who cared thought it was awesome. We spent a little time learning all the things we could do in our ...
... through Maricopa County, Arizona and my good friend, George, idolizes Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County. I didn't have the chance to stop by and give him George's regards. Sorry, George!
After going about 13 miles, I had bad luck. The spoke on the back wheel broke and I was stranded on the road until Doris came to my rescue. ...