Thunderbird Executive Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... and bar were packed with Sunday Harley riders. Cindy and Ron brought along their neighbor Michael and Canadian RV friends Gary and Kim. After a beer we hopped on our bikes and cruised on 2 lane roads to another biker bar called Roadrunner Steak House in New River for lunch. Great food, company and a one man band. From there we stopped for a picture in front of “Jack Ass Acres” (wonder why?) before heading out to the Lake Pleasant Regional ...
... rides ranch...
(Pardon the pause in this entry...Don, the campground host just interrupted my flow of chatter to deliver an 18-count carton of fresh farm eggs to the RV. And there goes Sandy on the 4-wheeler with Toby Rottweiler in pursuit up to the mail box.)
to ask about the hot springs, we came upon the first of many wild donkeys. They were pretty obliging and stood for photos. 'Twas a good day. ...
... memorabilia on the walls. We headed back around 5, bout 48 Coronas, skinned up and sat out the front with everyone. Was chatting to one guy called Chris who works here, he's ex military. He's ok but a bit of **** to be honest. So we drank into the evening and then got driven to the supermarket to get bbq supplies. I've not been ...
... the southern part of the US.
There are a number of defunct or retired DC-10's, 747's and other large commercial aircraft parked at KGYR. It's a small "boneyard" compared to a few others in the dry desert climate where a hundred or more old airliners are parked. On my RTW trip, flying from Vanuatu to Pago Pago, I talked to a Quantas crew flying overhead who were ferrying a plane to a boneyard in California. Sad to see all that technology sitting idle.
... will fade. The inside jokes shared with so many will tarnish, the shine taken out of them like a penny in the rain. The faces of so many I call friends now will start to blur and play hide and seek in a mental fog. And the language... OH the language. This I fear more than anything, that the sharp corners and bright colors of castellano will begin to dull. It's inevitable, I know, and it saddens me.
I'm in the funk that any traveler must feel on ...