Today’s sights: Superman; an executioner with hood and sword; a bustier-ed, tutu-ed, high-heeled, red-horned blonde devil; a carousel; a ringtailed lemur (authentic, not costumed); a fried chimichanga (also authentic); little green men in front of nearly every business establishment (who’s to say?)
Today’s most delightful sight: A covered wagon (cover looked like plastic) pulled by two beautiful brown mules, out in the middle of nowhere
Today’s most promising sight: The Hardback Coffee Cafe, to be investigated tomorrow
Today’s happiest sight: David, on
learning the hotel room has cable TV
Today’s saddest sight: Me, on learning the pool closed at 10:00 p.m.
Today’s biggest surprise: David handing me the keys and saying, “You drive.”
Today’s most bedraggled sight: Me, after driving for eleven hours
Today’s most chagrined sight: Me, after realizing I didn’t bring the cable for transferring photos from camera to laptop
Today’s most ridiculous eavesdrip: “How long have you been kissing her with the same mouth with which you kissed me?” (TV show about Daytime Emmys)
- Aliens Don’t Want To Eat Us, Says Former SETI Director (universetoday.com)
10 thoughts on “Roswell Sightings: Day 1”
That’s a bummer about the camera cable! You did manage to illustrate nicely, though! Watch out for those green men.
There were green men wherever we looked. I wonder what Roswell would be without the Incident.
That is quite some public library 😉
I wish I could have gone inside. There are probably green men inside, too.
On the main drag in Sedona
there is a hamburger joint/cafe
in flying saucer motif! Huge
purple alliums out front
complete the theme.
The library looks fascinating!
I would LOVE to spend some time in Sedona. I’ve driven through a couple of times but didn’t see the flying saucer cafe. Sure would like to do some wandering out there.
I so enjoy reading your blog. 😀
How do you drive for eleven hours Kathy? In England that is impossible unless you go round in circles or very slowly. What a marathon!
Heading for West Texas, you just point the car and drive–not a lot of twists and turns. For those of us in Central Texas, just reaching a state line can be a cause for celebration.
Thanks for visiting and commenting, John. I hope you’ll be back sometime.
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