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... neighbors, in the sense that they aren’t right on top of us; it’s nearly our own private property, complete with a rooster that calls up the dawn.
We’ve toured a couple of bookstores, one of which (the Book Nook of Prescott) had claustrophobic aisles with thick wooden bars nailed to the tops to keep them from falling over. They still lean like the tower in Pisa. I’m not exactly thin as a twig, but my shoulders are still wider than my ...
At 0730 this morning Mary and Gail arrived with coffee for us. This was most welcome. They assumed we were up as last night we had told them we were starting out early! They are sisters who live in Tennessee. They are spending a few weeks holiday travelling around the area before heading back home. We headed out on a very scenic route, very hilly but beautiful scenery. We drove via Flagstaff where we ...
... we can easily drive through without delays.
Ten minutes later we pulled up and
parked, set up, had an early dinner and walked to the South Rim via
the Information Village about 5pm The plan was to stay for a few
hours and try and catch the sunset.
The first view was exactly what I'd
imagined. You just look and go “what the??” The scale is
phenomenal and in ...
I surprised Jerry with a trip to Sedona to celebrate #70, today, November 3. The flight out is long, 3 hours to Kansas City then 3 hours to Phoenix then a 2 hour drive which I sort of loved because you drive up and through mountains and see tons of indigenous cactus (huge!) and the speed limit is 75 most of the way, my kind of driving.
We arrived in time to see the Ravens get spanked by the Steelers, which was not as bad as ...
... really crazy looking..not a lick of vegetation anywhere! The temperature also rose about 10 degrees. Once through there, and through the mountains, we came down in elevation and started to hit the desert of California. Here is where the temp really rose and the windows went up and the AC went on full blast. We stopped to take a rest and it was a wall of heat that hit us getting out of the car! The further we went along, the less and less vegetation we saw and ...