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... easily into the water.
8:30 am. I practically had the lake to myself! Fantastic! Because of the wind, I headed for the north end and realized I haven’t been that direction in a while. I’ve been focusing on the south end because of the high water. You can’t really get to that south end back in the trees unless the water levels are higher. However, today the north beckoned.
Still a lot of ...
... have needed or wanted for a wilderness trip. The biggies I already mentioned: my iPhone; ultralight sleeping bag; and tarp poncho. But there were some other incidentals I didn't mention. One was a new pair of low top hiking shoes. My brand of choice for the past few years has been Vasque, which I still highly recommend. For this trip I got a backup pair of low top Obóz, which I also highly recommend for any hiking whether short local or rim to river Grand Canyon. ...
We drove through Oak Creek Canyon only to find ourselves trapped in a big Sunday afternoon traffic jam in Sedona. Once outside of town the roads were clear as we inched our way up the switchbacks into Jerome. The town once prospered removing copper from the ground, but now relies on the local merchants ability to mine copper from ...
... of State workers. The disparity between the rich and poor is due to the income of those in the private sector, primarily in the service industries. Waiters and maids can make the same amount in a day as a State worker can in a month. Joli and our bus drivers make significantly more.
>The Cubans are very resourceful, over-educated, under-employed, ...
... I mentioned some days ago) and so I had four. Harry made several trips to the salad bar eating eggs, salad and watermelon with ketchup (yuk) and no doubt he will make several trips to the bathroom during the night too. I had four beers (did I mention that already?) and a delicious steak and onions on French Toast, with perfectly hot and crispy home fries with their skins on. Lovely, just lovely.
We were both falling asleep by 10.30pm and the blog had been sorted for today! ...
Other places to stay in Prescott
1317 East Gurley Street, Prescott | 3 star motelfrom $89
3454 Ranch Drive, Prescott | 2 star motelfrom $99
1105 East Sheldon Street, Prescott | 2 star motelfrom $59
1225 E Gurley St, Prescott | 2 star motelfrom $60
1111 E Sheldon St, Prescott | 1 star motelfrom $59
1130 East Gurley Street, Prescott | Motelfrom $59
500 Copper Basin Rd, Prescott | Motelfrom $91
503 S Montezuma Street, Prescott | Motelfrom $109