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... followed. After the sun set. we loaded Anton and Tracy's canoe in the back of my truck and drove them back to their campsite so they didn't have to paddle home in the dark. When we returned, Cindy and Steph had built the fire back up, and we enjoyed ice cream before calling it a night. Tuesday morning was the usual routine of packing up and heading home. We got home by 2:30 PM, and reunited with our ...
... br> Williams is a Route 66 town, with shops, cafes and a museum, we decided to stop and have a look around the town. I loved this, it’s really is as if you are there living back in the day enjoying the culture and the love of vintage cars. We only stopped for a short while as we were headed to the Grand Canyon! We took the roof down on the car and hit the road.
Beyers: We hit the road at about 55mph, as this was the speed limit, and luckily enough ...
... of Bill's new suppliers has its manufacturing plant located here. Creative Tents is a "tensioned fabric structure" manufacturer, basically a modular tent type of product for industrial uses. It was good to stop and get an understanding of the process.
Spent the night in a road side rv park on the way to Prescott, we are having a mini reunion at lunch there tomorrow with Sister Mary. ...
... chips. Afternoon snacks: peanuts, more gummy bears (now stuck to the inside of my cycling top but I pull them off and eat them), squashed peanut butter biscuits. At the gas station: 2 pints of chocolate milk. On arrival: Ice cream sandwich, recovery drinks. Dinner: Mexican burrito, steak, corn chips, salsa, sludgy cheesy rice mush. My first glass of wine on the trip. Oh, and at least 10 gallons of ...
Today was a day of relaxation and catching up on chores, along with a little sight-seeing. Lake Havasu City has Arizona's second biggest visitor attraction, the "London Bridge". In 1968 Robert McCulloch of Lake Havasu won the bid to purchase the London Bridge, for $2,460,000. Each block was marked, dismantled and shipped to California, from where they were trucked to Arizona. The bridge was reconstructed and opened ...