Days Inn Globe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... culmination of a wild day. We began by breaking camp from under a palo verde tree and the shade of a giant saguaro. Not many miles in we hit the Boyce Arboretum. This was a fantastic stop and we spent a couple of hours there. Then Superior, AZ for a great lunch in the historic part of town. Porter's is the place to eat!
We should have known with the looks and whisperings of others when we said we were taking '60' to the Top of the World, that we were in store ...
... 6 miles of switchbacks that were at a gradual but constant incline, we made to the high point of Windy Pass. I dropped my pack and sprawled out on the rocky ground. I could not believe how strong and cold the wind blew. We started on foot again and in minutes the wind completely died and we were surrounded by rolling hills without an inch of shade to protect us. By this point my hips were nearly impossible to move. I had to ...
... who had obtained their scrap under "questionable" circumstances. Several loads of questionable materials left the yard immediately upon the identification request. The recycler immediately called the local authorities with vehicle and materials information. They even were offered materials at "discount" prices if they would pay cash (which is against the new law). This was supposedly reported to the authorities as well."
Good job Tennessee.
... branches and lush leave or canopies, doesn't mean that they aren't trees because, really, they are.
The Superstition Wilderness offers some of the best hiking trails near Phoenix and Peralta is probably the most traversed trail out. Normally, we avoid the crowds, but you have to admit that crowds tend to form around cool spots and if I'm ever going to understand this new city of mine, I need to know the cool spots first hand! ...
We got up in a very leisurely manner today as the thermometer at the office was reading 98.6°F or 37°C, body temperature....it was certainly very hot, so we wound the awning out for protection for breakfast. I spent time on the internet in the computer room to find a hotel for the night before our flight home and decided on the Sleep Inn Phoenix Airport, so I booked it online.
We set off for Tucson and the desert museum; it ...