Budget Lodge Downtown Phoenix
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... kitchen set up in the boot and had been painted by a graffiti artist from LA. It didn't take too long to get used to driving on the right (wrong) side of the road and we were soon out of Sin City and back out into open spaces.
We spent the night in a carpark in a town called Kanab and woke up with a flat battery which delayed our trip for half a day. It was a nice town to pass time in though with a cheap cafe and op shop. We were also ...
... Halloween weekend with Gerry's youngest daughter, Ruth. We also hope to see granddaughter Rachell, Brooke and grandson Phillip. AND A NEW and FIRST GREAT GRANDSON. (don't know his name yet)
On November 3rd we leave Arlington, Texas for THE VILLAGE, FL. and hope to arrive on November 6th. More pics when we get to Dallas.
Enjoy the pics from Phoenix area site seeing.
... The type of springs that your settee has can make a tremendous big difference in the comfort level. They will likely also be involved in how much time your couch lasts. Locate a couch containing zig zag springs, not coil springs. The zig zag fashion will allow for more give, but will spring back into spot when weight is lifted from them. Flea Markets might be a good way to find distinctive pieces of furniture. Even though, because there is this kind of huge variety of ...
... We also met up here with Mike and Mel's good friends Joey and Candice. All in all a top night. I should also mention that this bar had a fireman's pole which rewarded a free drink to any lady (only girls allowed) who could climb to the top. Lets just say Candice earned herself a free shot.
Finished the night tucked up in bed with my new small friend Dallas. He likes to sleep under the covers right by my feet.
... on the surface we pressed on cautiously, confidently, through Greenhorn Pass (6102ft) and dropped down into the town of Kernville near Lake Isabella, the road to the east and access to the Death Valley National Park.
The park was certainly spectacular even if the remoteness and inaccessibility that made it terrifying to the first Europeans to venture there have long since dissolved with the bituminous roads and the ever present park service. ...