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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arizona has its own beauty. The land changes so much along I-40 and I-17; from baren hilly landscapes to lush pine forest.
As we drove through Arizona we did a brief stop at Houck to check out Fort Courage which was shuttered and in obvious neglect.
We also couldn't resist a stop at Winslow to do some photos "on the corner of Winslow, ...
... go into the rooms and so on. I recalled seeing such a place and thought I would not be fit enough to do all that climbing. They stopped permitting it here in 1951 thank goodness-- not just because I am not sure I would be comfortable climbing ladders especially a hundred or so feet from the base, but also so the monument is here for others to enjoy. We sat in awe and looked at it and pondered life back then. Denis says ...
Been doing research in how the govt shut down could affect out trip. So far the Statue of Liberty is closed, 911 memorial is still is open since the Feds don't own it. jFK Library in Boston is probably not run by the Feds. am track could shut down in a ...
woke up very early today so that we could pack up Bert and go to the Castle. we were on the road by 8:30 and saw all of Montezuma's castle by 9:30, not that we were rushing. then we headed to Phoenix to return Bert and go to the airport we have been hanging out near the gate having wifi so that we can update ...
... set up for the picnic and watched as the storm approached us amd we were engulfed in the clouds. It was a phenomenal experience!!! We managed to finish our lunch before the rain came and were packed up and driving down the mountain as the heavens opened. We couldn't believe how spectacular the view from the top of the mountain was!! Tonight was a fantastic final of ...