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  • #16
    does it really get to over 110-120 degrees?

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    • #17
      That's what I'm hearing. It's going to be as hot as hell. It gets so hot that the moldings will come unglued and fall off your car, although I've seen this happen in Kansas too. The real sweet deal? No PPE. I'm on Vacation! I'd HATE to have to work in that heat.

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      • #18
        am wonderin how the trip went. and if ya made it to tombstone and what ya thought of it?
        live well ......laugh often.........Love much

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        buy American



        never wrestle with a pig, you both get all dirty & the pig likes it

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jeannie
          am wonderin how the trip went. and if ya made it to tombstone and what ya thought of it?
          Haven't gone yet. Will happen in August sometime. That's the winter season there isn't it?!!! LMAO!! I'm thinking I could have picked a cooler time to go, but hey, It's the kids, I, and my Dad, so it's all good times. I know my kids will always remember these trips with Grandpa. (Especially the heat!)

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          • #20
            Couldn't do it, way to hot for a fatman like me.

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            • #21
              well then, be sure and take the kids on the stage coach ride. but the motel John Wayne and those guys stayed in...........skip that one. ugh.
              live well ......laugh often.........Love much

              shop local
              &
              buy American



              never wrestle with a pig, you both get all dirty & the pig likes it

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              • #22
                try sedona, well theres alota places to see. to many to suggest. I would try the local chamber of commerce, and if your still undecided on what to see feel free to drop me a email.

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                • #23
                  Are there any casinos in Arizona that are not TIGHT TIGHT TIGHT?

                  If so we haven't found them (the wife plays slots and I don't). We have tried casinos in Phoenix, Tucson, and the Apache casino in the White mountains and the wife is unimpressed. Do we really have to cross over into Nevada to find some decent play? I plan at least a couple days to get the wife to the slots and this has tended to pull us towards NW AZ so as to get a couple days in Laughlin or Vegas. I would like to get back down to the SE again but there are no decent casinos in striking range. Otherwise Arizona gets my vote as the absolute best.

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                  • #24
                    Great ideas here! Very cool!

                    I mean try to stay cool and have a great vacation!

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                    • #25
                      SO where are you headed for Momster?

                      My AZ favorites;
                      A. The Grand Canyon RR out of Williams.
                      B. Tombstone.
                      C. Kingman and Old RT 66.
                      Have a great time.
                      Blizz

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by blizzard07
                        My AZ favorites;
                        A. The Grand Canyon RR out of Williams.
                        B. Tombstone.
                        C. Kingman and Old RT 66.
                        Have a great time.
                        Blizz
                        I hit A & C.
                        Didn't make it that far down south. Hit the Northern rim of the Grand Canyon (Jacob Lake), then Flagstaff, Cornville, Cottonwood, Jerome, Sedona (absolutely a beautiful place), Williams (Old Route 66) and Grand Canyon Railway to the south rim, Kingman (Old Route 66), Bullhead City, Oatman (Old Route 66). and a few stops along the way, but didn't stay very long.

                        Hottest area was, by far, Bullhead City. 100+ during the day and 98 degrees at night.

                        Other sites outside of Arizona were: Bonneville Salt Flats, Carson city, Crater Lake in Oregon, and a few other little tidbits.

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