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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the first week. There were several buildings around the camp that were in really good shape. One the first building at the camp was not in very good condition. This building was once used as the main office and had not seen any paint in a while. The building is known as Acorn. It is used as general purpose meeting room. This ended up as my main project for most of the mission. Shana helped on ...
... houses from home he stops enough that I could slip on the collar but I figured, at this point, why not go all the way?
Home at last, and he is one tired little pup. I open the gate, then the door and he is on his pillow and blankets lickety split, eyes closed and heaved a big sigh. Wow what a day.
Lucky guy, he gets to sleep it off. As for me? Time to get to work. Gotta bring home the bacon for my little ...
Left the Flagstaff KOA, happily, (wasn't that crazy about it - narrow roads, uneven sites, jammed in), and decided to take Route 89A, as in scenic route. What the heck were we thinking?
Went through the Coconino Canyon, apparently a very popular place measured by the traffic, hikers, and general congestion. It was spectacular, I'll have to give it that, but very narrow roads and tons of scary turns. 25 miles per hour max.
Went through ...
... in planning, no roadblocks in preparation, zero arguments from anyone trying to talk me out of it, and eventually total support from everyone once they understood what the Camino is about.
Somewhere along the way, I think it was around late February or early March, I was wondering for the umpteenth time why ************e was showing much enthusiasm or interest in my trip. How could that be? I was going to walk the historic El Camino de Santiago for pete's ...
... to float in water. Pools, lakes, bathtubs, you name it. I picked up but it was heavy and slippery and fragile and I didn't want to drop it. I saw a cradle from the early 1900’s, a beautiful typewriter, baseball cards signed by their stars, old radios, wooden suitcases with stickers from every part of the globe, and walkie talkies they must’ve used in the first world war. Perfume in little bottles, you know the ones you see on Gramma’s mirror tray she has laid ...