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... top she had liked in the other one in the right size, which they had not had at Anthem! The tax on it was less too, so a win win situation.
The next task was to find our hotel, which meant counting roundabouts.... Over which there was a little confusion. However, 3 or was it 4 roundabouts
after, we found the hotel, checked in, Kate was less than amused to find no lift so she had to struggle up the stairs with her by now even heavier cases... And I was less than amused ...
... Broken Arrow Combo", which involved climbing to the Mogollon Rim for some amazing views, and some heart-pounding off-roading on the Broken Arrow trail and the "Road of No Return".
Within walking distance of our park is Tlaquepaque (pronounced T-lockey-pockey), a landmark here since the 1970's. Named for a picturesque suburb of Guadalajara, it is an arts and crafts village built to emulate Mexican artisans and builders, with arches, fountains, plazas ...
... any type of night life and excitement you can find in a bigger city.
My favorite was a 2.5 hour tour with Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours. They were great. From the guy in the booth, I found out about a drumming circle for the full moon. From Kevin, our guide, I learned so much about the land in that area. We went to a couple of private vortex sites where we did a little ritual at one of them. I was so excited because I could feel the energy. ...
... remember that Route 66 went right in front of it at one time. We also saw a campground across the street from the garage with teepee picture. All that is the there is the big sign announcing the campground and a field of lamp posts indicating where the sites were. We saw a several other campgrounds in two bit towns that are still there and dumps beyond belief, but I'm sure at one time they were very nice. A ...
... had ever let stroke (usually would take months) so that was pretty cool :) Then didn't have much else to do for once, so turned to the safe and familiar distractions of alcohol and Guitar Hero - definitely had lost some skills from my Uni years though!
So that was pretty much it for all of the days we spent together. By the end we could all have a laugh about the things that went wrong, picked up a few of each others expressions (and in some cases accents), and had a really ...
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