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... get out but this area wasn’t the right place as it was not that easy to access the lake. We saw a few folks launching or retrieving small fishing boats. We drove a bit further to a lookout and parked to take in the view and enjoy the picnic lunch Cheryl packed.
While we were there, it began to rain a bit harder. The thunder was a bit closer, too. The rain turned to hail and it started to really pelt the top of the Jeep. It was making quite ...
... an acre of land that overlooks a golf course. They are both avid golfers, so this will be a retirement paradise for them both.
After we were done, we spent some time looking at some of the homes in a different part of town, mostly in an area called Sierra Pines. There were some really beautiful ones out there with a few spectacular ones sprinkled in. Also, there were plenty of them for sale. There were also a lot of vacant lots for sale ...
... else along this road and it is pretty desolate. We stopped in Taylor so I could get lunch (Taco Bell) and Cheryl picked up a few things at the market. We were soon back on the road.
Before long we were entering the city of Show Low. We wondered where the name came from and for those of you who don’t know, here is the lore. Early day settlers Corydon E. Cooley and Marion Clark had been neighbors for a short time, living among the ...
... ask, "Are we there yet?" Enough to drive you nuts, right? Roy finally came up with the idea to split the trip up like a pizza pie. He'd say, "We've still got half a pizza to go or only one slice now!". Somehow that seemed to give her perspective and she wouldn't ask so often. On one trip, Alle and her little friend Kaylin laughed continually the entire way home, which was about 3 1/2 hours! Oh, to ...
We ended the day with a great dinner at Charlie Clarks's Steak house. We ran into an old friend from work, Ron Smith, who is also up here with his family. Ron mentioned he and his family were hiking today not far from the San Juan fire that has flared up east of Show Low. Already 2,000 acres burned. So sad for the families who live in the area and for the beautiful forest in this area.