Los Abrigados Lodge
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bought replica guns and I even found a penny press to add to my
Ben has had a sore shoulder/neck since
we got off the plane. He had to make an appointment to go to the
doctor and thankfully they saw him straight away. $325 for the visit,
jab and medicine and we're praying it helps as the pain has been
escalating and the long drive yesterday didn't help.
... because we were in the lovely resort bar with really comfy stools with nice wine and a lovely arugala salad with fennel and there was a young young couple from Roland Park who hit high fives with each other in the early, heady first quarter.
I have never been to Arizona. The landscape is unique with dry red and brown mountains jutting up in the sky rather dramatically. It isn't as beautiful as Denver's mountain backdrop ...
... luck we had was gone! Luckily the cop was nice, haha! Looking back on the whole day, it's easy for me to quickly classify it as stressful and undesirable. I mean, at one point, we we're among abandoned trailers, in the middle of the desert, at the end of the road, with little cell reception. As Zach said, "this is where horror movies start." Instead however, I am forcing myself to focus on the awesomeness that we saw today... The ...
... one little bar in town, where the owner opened the kitchen up just to make us grilled cheeses. This dinky bar had loads of antique bits all over the place! A few bikers were sat down drinking their usual Sunday beer. There was a jar with a note on it that said: "donations for our liquor license" because they simply didn't have enough income. Chloride Arizona. It was an experience to say the ...
... our next stop would be Vegas and after that we needed to figure out our plan for the San Diego and LA areas. We ended up booking three nights in Vegas at the Hooters Hotel & Casino, we were pumped. After leaving Macy’s we set out for Sedona. The drive through Oak Creek Canyon down Hwy 89A was gorgeous. It reminded me a lot of driving through Door County; a two lane road surrounded by tall trees, houses below the ground level on the creekside ...