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... bikes worthwhile and it was a real pleasure after being more or less couped up by the weather or travel. Lots of stars and big moon made night times a real pleasure.
From Rancho Oso we went to Phoenix through the Mojave and Sonora deserts. Overnight at an RV resort in Phoenix (which I am too embarressed to talk about in any detail) we were able to connect with our NUCCA chiropractor in the morning so that we could avoid rush hour in ...
... national forest land and dig a fern, or plant and take it home… but here… national forest land.. and federal land has all the cactus protected… and yes there are Saguaro National Forest Lands Saguaro National Park - Official Site and National Parks - Saguaro Wilderness Area 16 page booklet ...
... we start?
Ahhhh, let's start at the very beginning, a very good place to start.
For those of you who didn't follow my adventures in Paraguay (no that's not in Africa), or for those of you whose memory does not extend back that far, I am going to tell you a little story.
Once upon a time there was a sprightly young child by the name of Erin (that's me). Her dream was to go to France, her dream was in sight, she ...
I was pretty worried about having enough room in my suitcase for my casual clothes, but I finally got them out and they fit. Course I remembered my bathing suit last minute.
With the snorkelling and shark watching trips and the Jacuzzi on the ship, a bathing suit is nothing to be left behind.
I'm going to try to pack a carry on plus my back pack so I don't get charged for an extra ...
... black clouds that we could see for miles.
We leave our bat friends and head to the highway as the light of New Mexico fades on us for the last time on this trip. A long day is behind us as is another 500K, leaving just over 1000 for tomorrow's assault on L. A. There is a Galaxy game at 6, a quick quality 5 hours of sleep in some random town is in order. Signing off from the U. S. Southwest.