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... of the day & then we did it just the 4 of us at the end of our day. There is also a "train" that takes you on a tour around the outskirt of the park & gives you information about the animals likes ages & names, how old exhibits are, & other interesting information.
So we started with the ray pool, rode the carousel with Isabella & Mikaela & then started walking around a large lake in the middle of ...
... isn't a bad seat in the house. Halfway through the tour we stopped for cookies and hot apple cider. It was an amazing property and I would happily go back to tour some of the other buildings on the site, like the students' designed and executed shelters. Although given the packs of coyotes we heard howling, I wouldn't want to venture into the desert at night.
By the time we were done with the tour we were ready for dinner, so ...
... took us over multiple speed bumps (locals call them sleeping policemen because they really slow you down). My imagination was going wild. Any time we slow down for one of those bumps the drug cartel could jump out of the woods and take over the bus. So, with all those thoughts in my head, if I did doze off I would wake up as soon as I could feel the bus slowing down. It was a long trip to Cancun. When we finally arrived at the airport, I was ready ...
... I had girls all over me. I ended up getting off with Lucy the Australian girl though I preferred Abbey but there was more to come with Abby, later. We were warned not to go out before we left due to a weather warning, we ignored this and got locked in the bar as a sand storm blew over, it was wicked, got some good pictures of it. That blew away and we all headed home about 2am, myself and Lucy laid in the ...
We left the rv park early in the morning and followed a very curvy road up and over the mountains to Prescott, Arizona. Prescott is an old western mining town. The mines still hang over the quaint downtown, with its saloons, cafes and art galleries. Bill's sister Mary has lived at 7,000 feet above Prescott at Cabbage Patch for the past decade. She made the drive down and we had a great lunch at a home style diner and caught up with each other's lives.
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