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Well we arrived on Sunday the 22nd. We reintroduced the dogs (Barbie's two and our three) and all went well. Huckleberry and Tyr had a little tiff later that evening but everything settled down since. We spent yesterday cleaning and making repairs. We can't figure the simple plate that secures the screen door to exterior door. David ...
... it out. Yes, I threw it out.
And you can probably guess by now that that was the exact hose I now needed to solve my problem. I bet Ferg is appreciating this blog by now.
So, sitting in the dark, in the middle of the Arizona desert, hoping to enter Mexico the next morning, I realized that plans would probably have to change. What were the chances I could find my much needed gas hose somewhere in Mexico?
I got home on the 30th of July.
My computer started behaving badly and has been in the shop since.
I am glad to be here - I have not been home during monsoon season in a long time. I had forgotten how dramatic the storms are.
When I got home the cable TV was out (my house sitter does not watch TV). The company fixed that but broke the internet in the process. It is all ...
... so needless to say, I missed all of my connections. Delta put me up in a hotel for the night in Kentucky and I finally arrived home a few hours ago.
I am a bit in "culture shock" from being gone for three weeks. I am sad that through "immersion" I was actually coming around to speaking "broken" Italian and now it will have to wait again for the next trip. I loved everything about my trip and all of the amazing experiences that I had. I loved each ...
... stucco house that blends well with the desert garden.
Our first excursion is to look for birds around the nearby canyons. We did see a wonderful blue hummingbird (didn't stop for photos) and a flock of wild turkeys, some up close and displaying. This display excited an American in the area who had never seen that despite several attempts to do so.
After that we toured the historic town of Bisbee with some great street view and building ...