The Phoenix airport is a well oiled machine. At one point there were about 10 planes that were in queue to take off!
Good bye mountains :-(
Good bye long canyon formations :-(
Is that a meteor crater?
Looked like one to me..... And I should know... because I've seen a total of ZERO of them before. Lol
Not sure where we were (had a Dramamine induced snooze)..... But there were snow capped mountains below.
We came back to a dark, rainy, 5 degree Celsius, slippery, accident infested mess.... Hmmmmm.... I suppose that if I didn't experience the four seasons every year, I wouldn't have been able to appreciate the nice, dry, warm desert as much!
Which climates do you appreciate?
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Welcome back to reality - looks like you had a great time!!! Where to next????
I'm from West Texas, which is close to the Arizona climate so thats what I enjoy the most. I really like the fact that we can get a cold spell in the winter and then have a few days of 60's weather where we can ebjoy the outdoors. Don't know if I could handle the winters that you have up north! :-)
what great shots fromthe plane.i agree with you that it is from outer space that made the crater-sistersue-don't you just love Canada weather??
Yanet: if Andrew's dad is feeling up to it we will be going to Disney Land, with the whole family, at the end of February. If we do go, I will be participating in The Princess Half Marathon that will be held near Epcot on the 27th!!! Trying to get Andrew's sister to do it with me.
Derek... don't think I could handle those Texas summers!!!!!
That makes it official Sister Sue... two experts agree... that it's a meteor crater!!! :-)
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