Motel in the Pines
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... own, if one dropped into my life. One never has too many vehicles, at least that's what my Insurance Man tells me.
This morning I got up late and got the heat going since it was fifty degrees inside. Pearl has AC, a furnace and a Heat Pump, which is new to us an a total mystery as to how it works. We tried both of the heating devices and soon had the place nice and "toasty."
After breakfast and putting ourselves ...
Made it to Flagstaff, better late then never.
We didn't get out 'til almost 3 and had a trip and a half. Â Many folks escaping the heat and diving like nuts.
Mike and Sarah hosted dinner with pork and pineapple kabobs and had other valley heat refuges, Â Kurt and Michelle and Jackie and Lee from the valley.
About 8 mpg going from 1800 ft to 7000 ft at $3.75 a gal
... we watched a 15mins Wild West Show, which was fairly entertaining. Think Mel enjoyed perving over the young cowboy ;)
Boarded back on the train ready to leave the Grand Canyon. As you can tell by the fact I'm back writing my blog, I survived the flight over the Grand Canyon, thankfully there were no Final Destination moments!! It was a 16 seat plane & luckily all of us on board managed to get ...
... theme and our room was Freddie Mercury. So sweet Throughout our journey we've had some fun with the locomotive drivers. Most of Route 66 runs along side the Santa Fe rail line and the locomotives pull some 104 cargo carriages at any one time. They're huge. So, each one we pass we give them a wave and they give us a great big hoot back. Lol. We giggle like kids. It's such great fun. It's part of the adventure. There's something special about the sound of a locomotive horn. ...
... give us a decent view. As it began to get dark, more and more people poured into the parking lot. We knew it would be a long time getting out once the show was over. Finally it was dark and time for the fireworks to begin. We all looked up into the night sky, expecting a big boom and showering of sparks in red, blue, white or green. Instead, we heard a small "pop." We looked around. "Pop, pop, pop, pop, pop." Green and blue balls shot up about 15 feet from the ground. ...