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Old 06-05-2012, 09:10 PM   #15
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Clifftail, While you're in Sedona take the toad and go visit Jerome, an old mining town.
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That's like taking candy from a baby. I'd rather go barefoot. Thank her for me.
She's 14 she has at least 15 pair and wouldn't notice. Also have a few pair of water shoes different colors. Ask at the campground office I'll send em out in the morning.
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Clifftail, While you're in Sedona take the toad and go visit Jerome, an old mining town.
Thanks Kix. I was going to do a pink jeep tour ( Tallulah's favorite color). I 'll look into Jerome.

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No Ken. When I uncovered the crime , the phrase , the dingo stole my baby ( Seinfeld ) came to mind. These dogs are Really dirty. The red sand stone gets into everything. Our Buddy has had a shower everyday. We're concerned his skin will dry out . Anyway leaving tomorrow for the. grand Canyon and Sedona. These winds are expected to calm down for a few days. I already sorted out an RV wash place in Williams Az.
You will encounter that red sand and dirt again in Sedona. When I used to hike around there (before my feet gave out), I had a pair of permanently red stained socks I reserved just for hiking in the area.
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Clifftail, While you're in Sedona take the toad and go visit Jerome, an old mining town.
Gotta see the junkyard on top of the hill and the bike that raced on Daytona beach that he has. Also the tanker (gas) he made sleeping quarters in (the tank area).
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Gotta see the junkyard on top of the hill and the bike that raced on Daytona beach that he has. Also the tanker (gas) he made sleeping quarters in (the tank area).
Thanks, but will my gps know how to get to the junkyard on a hill.
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I'm in Monument Valley Ut and the red dirt ( sand stone ) is all over and makes a mess ( just saying, not complaining ) especially with gusts of 55 expected today. I keep my flip flops outside and slip them on and off when coming or going. There are a few stray dogs hanging around and they now have a very nice pair of New Balance flip flops. By the way, Tallulah's were out there as well and they left hers alone. I think there's a message there. With all this , it is well worth the trip. This place is incredible.

Run over to Tractor Supply and get yourself an electric fence charger, then stop by WallyWorld and get $1 pair of flip flops. Wire them up and wait for the howl. No more stolen flip flops, and nobody gets hurt.

(Just don't forget to unwire them before you stick your feet in em.)
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My Idiot Yorkie is attracted to dead stinking things. Maybe you need to wash those flipflops occasionaly. I had a Shi Tzu for 14 years, the most lovable little dog ever. Never a single problem, now the Idiot Yorkie whole nother story.
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Yeah, those dingoes are probably rolling around on their backs on top of Cliff's flip-flops right now.
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Are you sure it was four legged critters that made off with the flip-flops?
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i agree with LadyFitz, hey Cliff, are your flip flops ugly? Because my hubbys things tend to disappear when they are ugly or worn out...hehe.
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Are you sure it was four legged critters that made off with the flip-flops?
They were hanging around all morning and when I went around the other side to dump my black tank , they moved in swiftly and did their deed.

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