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... to camp and were watching TV when Eddie saw a mouse scuttled across the front of the coach. We opened the door and made some noise and checked with the flaslight. We couldn't find him anywhere. Eddie showered and went to bed. About two hours later while I was working on the blog, he made another appearance. I opened the door and beat and banged the front seat where he disappeared hoping he escaped out the door next to it. I sat for another hour with the door open and then finally went to ...
... be there for 20 mins. Whenever they go through a crossing they sound their horns. Called into another Harley dealer this time in Belfont. Just outside flagstaff. Dean is down to his last 23 shirts and needs one more. Gained another hour suddenly. It's great. You feel like you need to find a hotel and suddenly you have another hour spare. Luckily there was this Harley Dealer. It takes roughly an hour for Dean to choose one in fairness. Eight hours behind GMT ...
The promise of running model trains for two days lured me to Sedona for a long weekend adventure. My friend Phil flew in from Portland and we drove up from Tucson. Stayed at La Quinta in Oak Creek village. I had not been to Sedona since late 60's when I hitchhiked through on college vacation. While I had seen pictures of the area, I hadn't realized the majesty of the red rock and the area has really grown up thanks ...
I can easily understand how these unique red rock sculptures would inspire all kinds of artists and mystics. The only thing to smirk at is the commercialism of it, with stores selling Crystals, Palm Reading, and even UFO Sky Hunting tours.
We liked the tour so much we've booked ourselves for a Pink Jeep tour of the East Rim of the Grand Canyon tomorrow, which will segue perfectly into our ...
... 8217;t even passed yet. We had to turn around and head back, but we got what we wanted, a picture of it, and so we didn’t bother walking up to the chapel.
We checked out some of the local shops in an artsy area called Tlaquepaque (pronounced TA-LOCKEY-POCKEY) which was a little disappointing and boring. Diana tried some gourmet vinegars and oils from one shop but didn’t purchase any of the overpriced condiments.