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... this blog, we are very sorry that we are photographic illiterate. We have seen some spectacular scenery and sights, but are totally inept at taking pictures and posting the same on the blog. We will continue to try to dress up the text with some pictures. If we only had some of our photographer friends (John Lafferty and Chip Crumley) with us we would have a much more appealing log for you to ...
... found some great Trading Posts along the way, so the shopping came to the for again. After that, breakfast at a truck stop which was huge so we were set for the day, in beautiful sunlight.
Again, we rode some of Route 66 but it was covered in water or silt in some parts. After stopping at the Arizona information centre, we talked to the locals who suggested the interstate for awhile
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... before then, more swimming, both chez Standring and at the golf club facility (where Daddy entered dangerously negative Brownie point territory by failing to slather the boys in factor 50 - apparently 'it was cloudy' is not considered adequate defence or even a mitigating factor) while Jill stocked up at the supermarket. And so to Little Dealer Little Prices to pick up the RV. We were on the road by about 5.30pm, and arrived at the RV park some two and a ...
... lot and a cave in the woods. Amy had prepared by buying headlamps and flashlights and bringing hooded sweatshirts for the boys. Getting down into the cave would be a chore. You have to climb down over piles of large rocks. Once inside, the cave was,, of course, engulfed in total blackness. Doc and Bill were both staring at the entrance with skepticism as Amy, Caleb and Michael began climbing down into the black hole. I was anxious to follow, but halfway down I ...
... track ran alongside Route 66 for many miles.
Once again we crossed into another time zone - we are now in Pacific Time, our last time change and crossed into Arizona - the Grand Canyon State.
The vistas were jaw-dropping. On the open plains, it was quite breezy and every now and then the car was hit by a sudden gust of wind or a pile of tumbleweed, just like in the cowboy movies.
We arrived ...
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