Wednesday, May 1, 2013
5/01/2013 Outdoor Wednesday #225
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Flatlanders from Illinois are viewing this sign near Jerome, Arizona.
We could barely see the town below.
Mountains are surrounding town.
Our cars were parked under this spot. In hindsight, this doesn't look safe to me.
Vegetation that grows way up here, not much.
This day began an adventure which our hair could have stood on end because the blacktop road turned into a gravel and rocky road with a drop off to the right and mountain to the left. You guessed it....our garmin was telling us to turn right. TURN RIGHT....no way! That is where the drop off was. Two male adults and one grandchild were in one vehicle. Two female adults and another grandchild were in another vehicle. I was lucky. I was in the second vehicle. My grandchild, John, had a plan. Plan A was if the car begins to fall open the door and grab one of the trees or shrubs as we go down. He had a Plan B and a Plan C which escapes me right now. When we reached the end of this scary road, my daughter-in-law, Christine, actually had room to turn the car around. She totally is driving Queen. What a trooper Chris is!
So we headed back, it was getting near dark and our gas tanks were on empty and the garmin still telling us to turn right and the grandchild with his Plan A, B and C. We were laughing so hard. A sigh of relief came when we were on blacktop again. We keyed in the garmin; locate the nearest gas station. As luck would have it, the first station was closed; but the second gas station was open for business. We purchased water and thank God there were clean restrooms. We didn't take any more scenic routes that the garmin suggested while on our Arizona trip.