I drove up on Monday, arriving just after noon. I set up camp and was pleased to discover I could get 39 TV channels with my antenna. Of course, half of them were Spanish and several were religious or shopping channels, but at least I got all the network stations. Score!
Out of Africa Wild Animal Park. The $30 admission price got us a bus tour and access to all the walking areas, plus we watched the Tiger Splash show. Dale got a picture of me feeding a giraffe from the bus. It turned into a warm day and by 2:00 we were ready to head back to our camp. After lunch and a rest, we took the motorcycle up to Montezuma's Castle to see the cliff dwellings. Our senior pass got us free admission and we enjoyed walking the trail and seeing the ruins.
Me and My Dog.
|I was so far back from the edge you can't get a good perspective of how high this is.|
|Look at those boulders we had to climb up!|
I packed up on Friday, said goodbye to Dale for the rest of the summer, and turned south toward home just before noon. Unloading my Minnie when I get home from a trip is always something I'm anxious to get done even if I'm too tired to do it. So I put her in the back yard, got out the plastic bins and carted all the clothing, electronics and perishable foods back into the house.
My next planned sojourn will be in May when I head up to the Rim for a few days.