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... In the light we discovered that we were in a valley surrounded by red rock cliffs. This is the western edge of the high desert of the Colorado Plateau. To our west is the Great Basin and we came from the southwestern Mojave Basin, the hottest of hot places. We decided on a big brunch and then headed out along beautiful UT-9 past the city of Hurricane and it's pink cliffs and up the plateau. We followed the white waters of the Virgin River up into cottonwood glens. ...
... as it gets pretty cold here after dark.
My soundtrack for today is some lazy dub (Hollie Cook) and Paul Simon (Graceland). After driving for several more hours, I decide to stop in Snowflake, Arizona, for the night because it's starting to get dark and I'm also developing a healthy appetite. It's high up on the plains of Navajo County, and I stumble across the Heritage Inn, a Victorian pioneer home built in 1890, which turns out to be rather quaint. ...
... road" I passed a sign saying 4-wheel drive recommended ahead. I should have heeded the warning but continued on my 1wheel drive vehicle. The sand started getting looser and deeper and the bike was all over the place. When I saw a steep valley I was pretty sure I would not be able to make it back up if I continued so I made a upturn but got stuck in the sand. I dug out around the tires with my hands and muscled the bike back but ...
... clime, I get ice cream. Go figure. The main reason, is that I’ve eaten enough bread to make adequate room in the freezer. Now that Lynn is gone, we don’t need to keep as much food on hand. That’s my reasoning.
After I left Safeway, I found the AA meeting I had been planning to attend. It was in a small mall. Fortunately I spotted the address number and there it was. The group that meets there is ...
... it, we helped to break down from the service. We also had a chance to help "load out" all the stuff from the Goodies Store. It was hard work but fun and as my dad used to say, "many hands make light work".
From there, we headed toward Ruidoso, New Mexico with a planned stopover in Socorro, New Mexico. More on that later.