Fri. 9/14/18. I spent the morning (after sleeping in, yay!) making arrangements for my new camper, thanks to Cayla at Outdoorsy.com (yet another savior on this trip!) who found it for me! This one is a truck with a camper on the back. The cool thing is that the guy lives 10 minutes from an Enterprise car rental place, so he's going to meet me there so I can drop off the car and pick up the van. I was worried about how that was going to work out, but HP to the rescue! I pick it up Sunday morning, will load it at the Hideaway on Sunday and head out on the road again Monday morning.
My itinerary has changed quite a bit since I'll be renting the camper here in Az. and will need to return it here, and I'm so far behind where I planned to be because of all the delays with the van. I'm going to head to Zion and Bryce on Monday, then after that I'll be high tailing it up to Montana so I can pick up Liz at the train station by 9 p.m. on Wed. night. Then we'll head to Glacier, then the retreat, then Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. Liz will head home sometime after that and I'll hit some more parks before returning to Az. I still have to figure out how I'm getting home with all my stuff...
Anyway, here is the new camper!
It was late afternoon Friday by the time I got all the stuff done I needed to regarding the new camper, so Heidi suggested I gt to Cave Creek. It's a nearby town with all kinds of cool stuff.
This is the road the Hideaway is on, and these horses are at the end of their driveway. And by the way, it's really hot here (see temp on dash).
These are scenes from around Cave Creek.
This is the freakin LIBRARY in this town! Can you believe how cool this looks?!
These are some of cool pieces from one of the shops in Cave Creek. Don't those earrings look like vulvas?!
And now we come to the Town Dump...I've never seen anything quite like this before. The collection here was very extensive and quite eclectic! The place is HUGE!!!
Did I mention that it was hot?
The GPS somehow, mid-trip, veered off the route I was taking and brought me into this really cool neighborhood. I was absolutely fascinated. Can you imagine being a kid, waiting for the bus when your neighborhood looks like this? Or playing around outside with your friends when there are plants all around just waiting to stab you?!
And then there's Sedona... :-)
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