Wednesday morning I finally rolled away from my winter home towing my new 5th-wheel under a brilliant blue Arizona sky. I’m headed back to work at Grand Canyon National Park, a paid vacation.
Hours later, heading east on I40 towards Flagstaff a brief yet heavy spattering of large rain drops barely wet the highway while snow fell on the North Rim of Grand Canyon where I’m heading Thursday.
Suppose to be clear skies for the next leg of my journey.
The clouds drifted away with the westering sun.
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Upon getting to the canyon there’s a good possibility I won’t have internet in my RV. Unfortunately my smart phone doesn’t work well under the towering Ponderosa pine forest. (It’s a trade off.) Yet I can find places where it will work and get online. Please don’t think I’m ignoring you as I will try to keep up as I can. I will also continue to badger Qwest for my usual DSL.
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