Monthly Archives: November 2011

. . . . a repeat visit . . . and this time the weather was spectacular and the sky was gorgeous.  It was a full day leaving mid-morning and arriving back in Phoenix well after dark. I have absolutely no intentions of taking up rock climbing or anything so foolish as that, however I […]

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  • carolyn d

    A friend of mine travels to Sedona frequently for business and raves about the beauty. I'm impressed with your "sherpa" abilities !!!! ROTFL.. How did your hamstrings feel the next day ?ReplyCancel

. . . that is how I would describe today. The original plan was that we would visit Old Tuscon today.  We were up early, and as I wrote my friend Connie at 7:30 this morning . . . We are up and at it . . well Lynn is up and at it and […]

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  • carolyn d

    Thank goodness I"m reading this on Thanksgiving morning… since now I'm HUNGRY from looking at the pics….ReplyCancel

. . . . .  today has been a chillin`out day . . . processing some photos, reflecting on our amazing journey, and catching my breath from the frenetic pace we have been keeping. We visited Washington, DC last month . . . I fell in love with this City and I MUST go back […]

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    What a trip! Not just DC, but all the other places you mentioned. I'm glad Lynn gave a "wow" at the Library… that is certainly an appropriate response upon walking in there the first time! So glad you got to glimpse the cathedral, too, even if just outside; I think I posted to you, if you get back here, look me up for a private tour of the building! Likewise, I'll drop a line if I'm headed to Canada—been awhile since I visited there, and have only been to two or three cities up there so far.ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn McIntosh

    I am so glad you understand the need to see it in person and breathe the same air . . a lot of people don't understand that. For me, it makes it all so much for real and gives me a sense of relativity.ReplyCancel

  • carolyn d

    I have found a certain depth of amazement in seeing history with my own eyes. It's one thing to see images/read articles in a book but another thing entirely to breath the same air. (the Lincolm Memorial was a last stop for me many years ago…. Abe and I finished my last beer of the evening as we watched the sun rise.. lol). DC is filled with so much to see.. I doubt your feet could have taken the week or so you'd need to do the city justice !ReplyCancel

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