Budget Lodge of Phoenix
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... time. We found a hazelnut brown ale which knocked our socks off and a 'restaurant' which served a Quadruple Bypass Burger.
Our last stop was Phoenix, Arizona where we were flying out of. We met up with our Couchsurfing host: Bonnie. She was an Australian who had been living in Phoenix for the last couple of years. She was awesome, showing us around the city, introducing us to her lovely friends and taking us to see the Hobbit. It was a ...
... one was 26" but with the new designs with less of a frame we were able to get a 32" with an overall smaller footprint.
Now all we have to do is to install it! We have been making calls to various places and it doesn't seem like we will be able to hire anyone to do it. As good as Bob is with mechanical things, wiring isn't his strong suit so it will be the blind leading the blind.
To our joyful surprise, our drive took us west on Rte 82 up to 8,000' south of James Ridge. The 100+ degree temperatures dropped quickly and to our delight we stopped in Cloudcroft while enjoying the coolness and the saturated smells of pine forest. Matt and I decided we were moving there, but Paula had her doubts that we'd make it as mountain men.
On our way down the mountain we ...
... which I've always been interested in seeing. One of my favorite things to do on this trip is to think about who we might have a connection to in the area and try to get together with them even if it’s our first time hanging out. With Joe we also shared a family connection so I really enjoyed spending time with them and getting to know them better.
From past experience we’ve learned that we need at least one day to just hang around at home ...
... airport, to the light rail, less than a mile. The Skytrain is two stations further on out of town, then you walk up steps, onto a huge pedestrian bridge and ride a travelator, wondering 'is this the Skytrain?' before finding there really is a train at the end of the bridge. Three stations, all with beautifully decorated flooring, whoosh. Another stroll and onto the shuttle to terminal 2-if I'd been in a rush I'd have been off at 24th and Washington and walked, that ...