Prescott Resort & Conference Center
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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Tomorrow is the day. May 6. I leave Prescott at 4 a.m. and I'll be back around noon June 17. It's hard to believe it's finally here but it is. I will soon be an "official" pilgrim making the 500 mile pilgrimage on foot from St. Jean-Pied-de-Port, France, to Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Since I decided to walk the Camino de Santiago early morning Jan. 1, it seems that's all that I've thought about. Everything, from the ease (and price) of getting the ...
... that I didn’t really have time or think much about keeping everyone up to date on what was going on at my little command center here in Prescott. So I felt it was time to try and explain the best I could the why and how of my trip. Hence this blog and my group Facebook page.
I have no idea when or how much I’ll be writing and posting while I’m on my pilgrimage, but I do plan to try and keep as current as I can.
... walked a little further and the volunteers that built the shrine were trying to raise money to rebuild the church that was burnt down in the fire. As I walked back to my truck, I was thankful that these volunteers put this on for townsfolk and wanderers like me to see and take in. Driving out, I’d hoped to see the old man in his driveway to bid me adieu but he must have gone on with his day somewhere inside. I drove another 30 seconds and was out of town back on the open road.
... we also pulled over just before we were made to by an advance police car. A few minutes later, coming towards us, was a long line of many different vehicles, from all the local services like the police, ambulance, forest fire fighters and regular fire fighters. At the front were dozens of police motor bikes and every single vehicle of the whole convoy had all its lights flashing. A helicopter with a TV crew (we assumed) flew over us, following the middle of the convoy ...
... lather, rinse, repeat. The tent still gets them, though, especially with the fly off. Athena kept giving me this look last night, as if to say "Really? The point of this is...?" The idea was to get to the Grand Canyon's South Rim in the morning, have a proper visit, and then make it down to Prescott to visit my cousin Kevin. Pet presence in national parks is highly regulated, but we'd gotten a hot tip that we could hike freely with our dogs in areas east of the South Village; as ...