Holiday Inn Express Pinetop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Pinetop
... National Forest. We climbed fairly steadily along this route through mostly forested areas. The drive was not the typical mountain road with curves and tight turns. It was one of the easiest mountain roads we have ever driven on. It was beautiful but the skies were looking pretty dark to the east. We really didn’t care if it rained or not since we figured that this was pretty much a driving excursion. Cheryl did wonder if we made a mistake ...
... Marsha’s for brunch. We headed over around 10:45 or so and when we went in the house, it smelled great. Marsha is quite a good cook and we always appreciate when we are invited over to eat. We know it is going to be exceptional.
Harley has made himself quite comfortable at their place. He just acts like he is at another one of his homes. He found a little bit of food left in Mocha’s dish and dug right in, fortunately Cheryl ...
... spent a little time enjoying the evening and the beautiful back yard at Mike and Marsha’s. We could see Venus and Jupiter, as well as Regulus (the brightest star in the Constellation Leo) in the western sky quite well. They lined up nicely in a diagonal line, with the moon slightly offset from them. It was a beautiful sight.
We headed home shortly thereafter and I got busy writing. This is getting near the end of our journey and I ...
... girls haven't let go of them yet, which is so adorable.
Alle and Eric have decided they will go home tonight and enjoy a quiet ride down the mountain while the girls sleep. Nothing worse than fussy kids on a long ride. We've taken the trip up to the rim many times now since living in AZ and it brings to mind some of our trips when Alle was young. Like so many kids on a long drives, she ...
We ended the day with a great dinner at Charlie Clarks's Steak house. We ran into an old friend from work, Ron Smith, who is also up here with his family. Ron mentioned he and his family were hiking today not far from the San Juan fire that has flared up east of Show Low. Already 2,000 acres burned. So sad for the families who live in the area and for the beautiful forest in this area.