Holiday Inn Express Prescott
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... 19 hearses - each carrying one of the fire fighters who had died. It had been quite touching, not only to think that 19 lives had been lost in one event, but also how thousands of people must have waited hours to pay their respects.
We assumed that at the back of the line in regular vehicles were friends and family. When they passed, we pulled out on to the road again and continued on in to Prescott. We would spend the night there and do some film location work (well, ...
... into her pads and lower leg. But had she complained? Nope. Cholla, Kevin told us later, is also known as Jumping Cactus, because it almost seems alive when it snags you. It's a tenacious little *******, with barbed spines that are loaded with neurotoxin and huuuuuurt, which Chris discovered when he pulled them off Athena WITH HIS HANDS. She looked appropriately grateful, took three steps, and promptly picked up five more cholla pads. Chris also found a group of ten stuck to -- ...
... across the desert. Come on chaps give me a break there was only a slight tailwind and only for a very small part of the total journey.
My mate Dana, who I have been tearing up the roads with, has had his pass revoked tomorrow (I think I have as well) so it will be a quieter day. But Monday we hit the long desert routes again and 96 miles to Holbrook.
Hasta La Vista!
Chris and ...
... riders! I had taken my shoes and socks off to enjoy the cool water while we ate...oh, that felt good! I think I should have left them off because I slipped off the rocks when we were crossing the river the last time and got them all wet anyway. We were going to a River Preserve the opposite direction from Wickenburg so stopped at the camper to put on dry shoes.
The preserve offered the most green grass we've seen anywhere here in Arizona. It's considered ...
... the process of getting his info to the notary and he will be shipping out to Antarctica in the afternoon tomorrow! We have been waiting for Osvaldo and all the time we could have been completing the paperwork! Frustrated we go to see Osvaldo. He takes us to the notary where we give our documents and are told to return tomorrow at noon to get our forms. This contract gives Osvaldo the authority and we hope responsibility, to ship the bikes and get them through customs.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking