Today is a get-ready-for-going-home day: Don does practically all the work - putting away the grill and all his fishing gear, unhooking the sewer, and getting the truck ready to go. I did the inside stuff, including the dish drainer and utensils - not much there to do. I sewed a little - quilted a mini and sewed the binding on. It's ready to sew the binding the rest of the way (by hand).
Tonight we're going to Rico to have dinner at the Argentine Grill. It's part of the Rico Hotel, built in 1925 to serve as a resting place for employees of the Rico Argentine Mining Company. The food is supposed to be really good - I'll let you know how it is.
We'll be leaving early in the morning - just getting up and hooking up and going. We'll stop at the Ute Mountain Casino for breakfast - it's in Towaoc, south of Cortez - about an hour down the road. Then we'll make the turn west and go through Teec Nos Pos, Kayenta, Tuba City, and Flagstaff. When we get to Bellemont, Don will decide if he needs to stop there at the military campground, or go on to Williams, Ash Fork, or even Seligman. Then we'll make it home via Needles and Twentynine Palms the next day.