The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix
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... coloured rock along the cliff face. Over time, wind and water cut into these deposits, creating canyons and arroyos, scooping holes in the rock, and contouring the ends of small, inward ravines into smooth semi-circles.
We (and by we, I mean Hayley) drove to the peak of the mountain first, weaving poor old Scooby up 8.5 miles of track, five miles of which was a gravel path. It took a while, but the view from the top was completely worth it. ...
... about herself for the entire time. Thankfully I (Kevin) had full headphones, with the nature sounds ap playing. Sorry Dawna, only one pair of headphones.
In picking up the rental car in SD, we were welcomed with an active electrical storm and heavy rain. Thankfully, the rain was short lived, and cleared up by the time we reached our first destination.
... about three mls together with your total preferred music drifting by your head is bliss: even if you sweat, you won't observe it practically up to in case you have outright your pounding feet and passing visitors to concentrate on. When you cigarette smoke, you really should slowly stop your habit rather than cease chilly poultry. Stop smoking and dieting concurrently is not always intelligent. Smoking is an poor practice, nevertheless stopping on your ...
... out plans for the next couple of days as well as plans for the evening. Kat had offered to take the kids for the evening & we jumped at the chance to do something on our own without the kids in tow for a change. Once the clothes were all washed I took the wet clothes back to our place & used the hangers & racks in the main closet to get everything dry. I was very proud of myself getting everything up & out of the way for the most ...
... finally reached the destination I was stunned to see people standing at the top of the arch for the photo ops, which is about five foot of rock separating them from certain death.
I braved it for a few minutes just to get our picture in but at the moment of being on top of that arch I felt like I was going to pass out and fall forward over the edge. The image still makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up when I think about ...