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... side of the road. Just north of Flagstaff, we drove through a snow squall! Checked in to our hotel, settled in, and waited for Javier to get back from work. We had a wonderful reunion with him as we always do. Went to a very good Mexican restaurant for dinner and made an early night of it. A tour to the Grand Canyon is on for tomorrow.
9 May, Saturday, Scottsdale to the Grand Canyon and back: The day dawned cool and ...
... to get where you want to go. For the Camino we don't have to pack days of food, butane stove, cooking and eating gear, much water (1 gal. of water = 8 lbs.), purification tabs or filter system, digging tool, tent or tarp, rope, hatchet, well stocked first aid kit, compass, space blanket, etc. You get the idea. A "light" backcountry pack is doing good at only 45+ pounds and are usually closer to 55-60 lbs. For the Camino you basically need 2-3 changes of clothes (long ...
... reach one of the prime photo op locations along the trail, at a rock clearing which is also very popular among mountain bicyclists. In addition to the obligatory pics, I found that even with afternoon daylight time growing short I couldn’t resist simply lingering in the area for a while and taking in the atmosphere.
My next well-advised stop (after first finding myself trapped in downtown Sedona gridlock for a ...
... me on towards my destination proudly. We don’t need to speak, he knows because you wouldn't travel back there without intention. Seeing the bright colorful decorated signs saying St. Joseph’s Shrine: this way" I find it perfectly and park. It looks completely desolate at first because no one is there and it really is in the middle of nowhere. Gazing at all the hard work put into making signs for direction a walk up the steps to the first sculpture. It’s Jesus ...
... outside (meanwhile Ronnie is scouring downtown signs for anything with "El" or "Las" in the name).
But Asian cuisine was the choice on this night, and Holly settled in with an array of black seaweed, noodles on ice, and eel with rice (Yummy!, adds Holly). Ronnie played it safe with teriyaki salmon (Muy Bueno! adds Ronnie). After dinner, we strolled around the streets with art galleries (an ...
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