Zona Hotel & Suites Scottsdale
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A quiet day for the Chivers clan. Starting with a morning swim in our lovely warm pool. As no trip to America is complete without a trip to CiCi's we headed out for our pizza lunch. The kids fancied chilling out so Jon took them to the cinema to watch Divergence and I hit the Arizona Mills Mall to shop shop ...
... maybe we should reroute and head to Phoenix first. We asked the camp host if he could recommend a route other than the interstate and he said he actually prefers taking the highway through the mountains instead of the interstate. We were glad we asked because it turned out to be a beautiful drive through a couple of national forests including Tonto National Forest. Even though the roads were through the mountains they were ...
... Scottsdale stopping off to see the
Sedona Catholic Church, amazingly built on a rocky outcrop with the most
fantastic view. Called the Chapel of the Holy Cross it was certainly worth a
visit. We continued our route under quite dark skies, with the temperature
steadily rising. Up to 110. Suddenly the wind increased significantly and we
found ourselves in a full white out dust
storm, couldn’t see much of the road, ...
... 5 pm we heard a lot of noise and determined that it was outside! And it was heavy rain, no, it was heavy hail/snow! We ended up with around an inch of the white stuff and with the temp so cold it did not go away for some time! We decided not to go out as there are not a lot of drivers here that are good on snow or ice and we didn't want to be exposed to them. Sooo, I made a big batch of Tortellini Soup and bread with dipping oil for a good cold night dinner. February 21st- ...
... was Fat Man's Pass,a 20-foot-long passage between smooth granite boulders only a foot
apart in some places, first we walked past not realising that that was the trail but on reaching a dead end retraced our steps. With svetlana leading the way, as the thinnest of us, closely followed by me of course...lol...we turned sideways and squeezed through then bringing up the rear was Robin... he had to breathe in ...