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A couple of ultra lights flying by entertained us especially this one that had pontoons on - never seen that before!! I see a phone number on the side of it so I presume you can rent a ride!! In January they have a Hot Air Balloon Festival - now that would be neat to see! One year ...
Lake Havasu was hosting a Balloon festival while we were here. We were able to go see the balloons launch several times.
They launched each morning about 8am.
The colors of the balloons are brilliant against the rising sun and a backdrop of the Arizona Mountains. ...
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Pinnacles deserves a mid-winter revisit, I think, when the daytime temperature is in the 80’s and nighttime would be good with a campfire.
Although we didn’t have a set itinerary, we did have a loose idea of where we might go. I thought it would be nice to visit Kings Canyon National Park, but it was not to be. When we were at Pinnacles, Alan got a buzz from a cousin he hadn’t seen in over 20 years – in fact ...
... eye on me with all the long trips to make sure I am OK.
With these long drives, lest one of the boys knows how to keep his mouth shut (Photo of how Micah fell asleep while we were driving).
This has been a once in a life time drive. Sense no one else in the family likes Country music, I am never allowed to play it while their in the car. But because we are in the wild wild west, the only music on the radio is country. Ye Har.
... the road and looked at us pulling away. Kinda ****** off, I think. Half a mile up the road, he still stood there, staring after us. ****. Luckily the speed limit was really slow, so I don’t think he was in much danger of being hit. We turned the truck around and drove by him again, and he was still on the road ... snoozing, I think! He was
standing there in the sun with his eyes closed. What a goof!
So, what’s with the wild ...