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Old 03-29-2015, 10:50 AM   #15
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Wonderful pics, you folks know how to have fun!

We have family near Aledo, and we are always looking for a better place to stay when we visit. We will have to try the Oak Creek park in Weatherford, thanks for the review and pics.

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there were so many things my wife and I wanted to buy and bring home. We just didn't have the space (or the money).


















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Old 03-29-2015, 03:58 PM   #18
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The first planned destination of our trip was Patagonia, AZ to meet some friends for a motorcycle ride. Patagonia has a hotel with a restaurant and a bar with some character.









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The riding in Southern AZ is fabalous.















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Old 03-29-2015, 04:10 PM   #20
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Great photos-F-86 Saber is special as my father did some design work on it (wings) and the F-100 Super Saber (air frame). Nice looking Yamaha too. I miss the south west. And was that a B-36 Peace Maker?
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Andy, great job in sharing your adventures with the rest of us. Thanks!


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Great post. Felt like I was there.
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We saw a lot of Cactus.













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Then there was Hoover Dam.

















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The weather at Lake Mead was great. We sat outside and enjoyed the view a lot.

















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Thanks for sharing, looks like you had a blast. how many days total?
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Left home on 2/14, back on 3/27. It is our 2nd longish trip (retired a year ago. Six weeks away form home seems like plenty for us.

When we left Lake Mead, we were headed for Northern Mississippi. Then we saw this sign on I-40 that said, "Grand Canyon 166 Miles."











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Pics on the fly

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White Mountains - AZ


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Hwy 93 - Northern, AZ


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