Quality Inn Flamingo
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... restaurant, but everything else from the aquarium to the 'Firearms Library' was pretty impressive.
A few months ago there had been a lot of chat on various American shooting forums about an ammunition shortage, this was caused by increased Military demand and panic buying as some of the, how can I phrase this, more extreme end of the 'Obamas out to get us' 'The Feds are going to ban this / that' fraternity. You know the ones, they have rather too much fruit in ...
The next morning we went down and rushed through our continental breakfast in record time (which is a fancy way of saying we had to stuff our faces as quickly as possible) in order to catch our 9am bus to Phoenix. I really hated having to spend our last morning together in such frenzy, but we made it with five minutes to spare so it turned out to be quite necessary.
We said our goodbyes to Kara and Adhara, who have been two of our closest friends over the past nine years. I'm ...
... giving Alex a break from the crazy New
Yorker that had been talking at him for the last 2 hours! Driving
back through the beautiful mountains of Nevada we saw the most breath
taking sunset and as the skies went a beautiful red we crossed the
Hoover bypass and had the perfect view of the Hoover dam. The perfect
way to end the perfect day! We got back to El Cortez at around 10pm ,
after having only about 3 hours at the Canyon but was totally worth
... stagecoach rides and gun fights. We kept it simple and just purchased a Veterans Day Poppy and some frozen yogurt.
We were back at our coach for a short rest, and then met my friend and her husband for dinner. In fact, just like she and I used to spend Sunday evenings listening to the Pete Swan combo back in 2008, we enjoyed a marvelous local band and some great Southwest Fare at The Old Pueblo Grill. The jazz was good, with ...
... Forces store their older planes, restore them for sale to other nations, or break them down for parts. There are around 4,000 planes and helicopters stored here in various states. Needless to say, the only way to tour the facility is by narrated bus tour. Rather than try and explain how awesome this place is, I'll throw up some photos. I took about a million, but I'll only put up 100,000 :)
My final stop for the day was a 35 ...