Motel 6 Phoenix East
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... to the ancient Hohokam as they are to local tribal communities today. Rock art patterns may symbolize Hohokam activities or mark places that were important to them.
We didn't walk the trails so the only one I got to see was by the entrance to the park, but at least these ones seem to exist unlike the ones in Santa Fe!
Having seen what we could of the area without killing ourselves we headed into Tempe to get some lunch and check out a pub recommended to us by Uncle ...
... super. Megan, of course, wants a horse of her own. She tried to wrangle one from the herd of wild horses that roam around freely, but they were having none of it!
Our final excursion was to the Phoenix Zoo. We saw the most beautiful wolves (Mexican Grey Wolf) cougars, bobcats, coyotes and prarie dogs, along with all the standard zoo animals. It was a fun day. Well, for the most part, Mike took a backwards header over a large boulder, tore up his knee ...
... elsewhere!), basically for heavy rock. He has been around for years (age is 67 but he doesn't look or act like it). This concert was part of Phoenix Bikefest a gig organised by the local Harley dealers. As you can imagine there were a lot of bikes and leathers around but the crowd was pretty good, while the music was loud and continuous and not really our deal, but it was okay.
... popular feature of the park. “The Wind Cave is formed at the boundary between the volcanic tuff and granite on Pass Mountain. Water seeps from the roof of the alcove to support hanging gardens of Rock Daisy. Breathtaking views are rewarded to visitors from this 2,840 foot elevation.” Well that sounded pretty nice. The trail was rated the most challenging, but it was only 1.5 miles each way, so we checked at the Nature ...
... those three weeks. I know that I was ready to leave when the time came. I was out of juice and I was barely holding my head up. I was no longer up for one more adventure. I wanted to get back to Panama and I wanted to recover.
I can't do a blow by blow. Too much happened. Besides who wants to read that long of an entry. Even if you do, I don't want to write it.
Sunday, the day before I left, was the family picture ...