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Author Topic: Muir's in Arizona  (Read 805 times)

BeachCitySunSkiff

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Muir's in Arizona
« on: January 29, 2012, 09:34:17 AM »
Good morning everybody.
After a fun time in Yuma with my parents and Quartzsite with new friends.  We have been in Williams AZ for the last couple of days.  Yesterday we made the train ride to the Grand Canyon.  What an all day adventure.  The granddaughters along the canyon wall scared me the most, I held their hand very tight, still had bad thoughts.  I think the grand daughters were impressed with the snow the most.  We all had a great time, but we all were very tried at the end of the day.  Today we will be heading east back to Texas.
Mike
Mike & Dea Muir
Beach City, Texas
2003 Itasca Sunova

BeachCitySunSkiff

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Re: Muir's in Arizona
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2012, 08:18:03 PM »
update,
We made it to Albuquerque New Mexico this afternoon around 4:00 pm MST.  We had a good drive, no problems.  Iím so proud how the granddaughters handle the driving.  Iím glad we have a good working DVD player.  We should back in Texasís sometime tomorrow.  Hate to see the trip winding down; we have had a lot of fun.  Sorry, no pictures today.
Mike
Mike & Dea Muir
Beach City, Texas
2003 Itasca Sunova

RLSharp

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Re: Muir's in Arizona
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2012, 08:56:13 PM »
Iím so proud how the granddaughters handle the driving.

Mike,

Aren't they a little young to be driving?  :D

Richard
Quartzsite, AZ
Richard & Linda
Rochester, NY (summer)
Tucson, AZ (winter)

BeachCitySunSkiff

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Re: Muir's in Arizona
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2012, 08:48:22 AM »
Good morning Richard,
I was wondering why the Arizona Trooper was giving us the eye while they were driving!!!
Texas bound,
Mike
Mike & Dea Muir
Beach City, Texas
2003 Itasca Sunova