Voyager RV Resort & Hotel
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... was to the home where Emily has been staying, which is at the base of "A" Mountain, originally known as Sentinel Peak, but renamed after a big letter A was placed near its summit by folks from the University of Arizona to be seen by all. Perhaps Michael put his finger on the oddity of the environs here; there is no grass. The lack of a carpet of green to be the background for all else is conspicuously absent, and thus I find myself struggling ...
... which is cheap but pretty basic. It's only 100 per night and seems clean.. We went to the Market place Restaurant for dinner which is around the corner... Live band of 2 playing 70s music and all the locals dancing and partying... Food was ordinary but had Alaska Amber ale which was pretty good.Hamburger was pretty bad though....the place closed at 9:00? So we are back at the motel for an early night. Tomorrow we are going to explore Sedona and the Red ...
... as I had contacted my host for the next few nights, Swede, and I didn't want to leave him waiting for me. By the time I get across town it's on dusk. I am a little concerned about staying with someone I don't know, a location in a town I don't know. As I get closer to his house I pass a park with lots derelicts hanging around, I'm getting more concerned. I arrive. It's a small duplex type place, single story. I knock at the door and a big friendly face answers.
... I converted our phones already and made my phone the HOTSPOT for WI FI so we won't have to buy that service on ship at the tune of $500.00.
Of course I wouldn't leave home without my music so the I pod is fully charged and ready to travel.
We leave on Tuesday at 4:00 from Tucson to LA. We will check ...
... diversions to ride the Beartooth Highway and the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway. Both were great but the Beartooth would take the gold. It went up right above a glacier in the Shoshone forest - very strange looking down on the glacier bowl from above ! Can't really do justice to the scenery - you'll have to look at the pictures ! The Chief Joseph took us into cowboy country - rolling hills and rock formations out of a spaghetti western. Millions of Harleys out - lots not ...