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... and healthy snacks. Probably a good way to start travelling. Although I'm going to in and out burger tomorrow if it kills me. After a fairly long drive we arrived at the Grand Canyon and our tour leader made us walk blind folded to the viewing platform, which was hilarious for all the other tourists. The big reveal was amazing. Photos cannot do this place justice. But ...
... decline wind/no wind - gas gauge moving as we went. The scenery was much better than yesterday, the mountains really are pretty - but where did the come from?! There was a new forest fire that started yesterday in Sedona (no, we weren't there so it wasn't us), we drove through the smoke in Flagstaff. It actually seemed pretty close.
FINALLY, we crossed the California boarder and exactly 1 mile across was the exit to our resort. I ...
... to see one. We
fried in the Arizona sun. The complex was so intimate with immaculate grounds
(think Cheney Stadium with an open wallet). I truly enjoyed the
whole experience. Check this off my bucket list.
We spent 3 days in phoenix then headed to Bullhead City AZ which
is right on the Nevada border, across the Colorado River is Laughlin NV. We could see the casino lights from our home.
... Of course, there was a hiatus of play while we were in San Diego.
As of last night -- Denis - 29 and Bev - 11.
Checked weather this morning since wind was so high last night and still this morning .... one channel mentioned the wind warning remaining in effect until 5pm tonight.
After a good breakfast by the chief cook, we wandered into Riverside to see about getting ...
... list check mark. Frankie had a Patty Melt and I chose the Grilled Turkey with cheese and green chili. Both were great and we celebrated by sharing a chocolate malt for dessert, served in the classic parfait goblet complete with the loaded metal container with a full second serving. This is a fun place to get an extra dose of RT 66 nostalgia. But we weren't done yet.
Since we were now only a little over 3 hours from home we had the luxury of time on ...