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9/30/14 - Left Indio,CA for Yuma, AZ. On this day, we traveled by the Salton Sea, Sonny Bono National Wildlife Preserve and passed tons of groves of Palm Trees/Fig Farms. It was a very hot day and a long day at that. As we were getting closer to AZ, the towns we passed through were really run down - almost looked like a lost world. US Border patrols were seen along the roadways as well and as we entered Arizona, we had to ...
... magnificent animals. Each exhibit has lots of information on where they are from, how they lived, and how conservation efforts are saving the animals for future generations.
Your first thought is a sad one to see so many animals (dead) in one room. But then you realize that this museum is dedicated to conservation efforts and in trying to save what animals we have left on this planet.
I've left this two weeks too long (who are we kidding, we both knew this would happen) and now you and I must suffer through a long blog post once again. We can get through this together. Well, I can write encouraging things and you can read them. Or I could write the whole thing as bullet points- I can do that you know!
- Black Friday
... whilst we have both been in hot countries before this heat was different. We had to cool the car down before we could get in it! On arrival at the ranch, we were so very plesently surprised, we were given a guided tour and told about all the "rules" of the ranch. We were shown how to use the honours bar, where you fill out a "chit" for each drink and post in a box, they then get added to your room, the fridges are all open for you to use ...
I got to a bus depot early in the morning and tried to buy a ticket to Los Angeles. The lady said she couldn't sell tickets to minors and that my parents had to buy it. I didn't know what to do, so I went to go take a seat and think about my next move. There were a lot of people there, and I didn't know where to go. As I spotted an open seat, I saw a couple of police officers and ran into the ...