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Pet Friendly Hotels in El Paso Tx - La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham East is a smoke-free hotel in El Paso, Texas, offering a refreshing respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.

2023.06.08 13:49 laquintainnelpaso Pet Friendly Hotels in El Paso Tx - La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham East is a smoke-free hotel in El Paso, Texas, offering a refreshing respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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2023.06.08 13:24 domebb I'm lost I'm NOT ok

My love, Tommy James, fell into a coma. I received a call from University Medical Center in Tucson AZ by a doctor informing me Tommy had "NO QUALITY OF LIFE" and I was givin the option to end Tommy suffering. I chose to let him go be with God. It was the hardest decision i have ever made. Shortly thereafter i was evicted due to my name not being on the lease, lost everything i own, and on top of everything else our dog, Bruiser, died in his sleep a week after Tommy then my stepson passed away shortly thereafter. I miss them so much please. I can provide proof of anything you like. I just need to get a hotel and some food for a night and think about my next plan. Even just $1 helps.
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2023.06.08 01:10 Dbaumann1 Musaph luck

Musaph luck
I know just a phone image but sharing my luck.
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2023.06.07 15:15 terriblefamilythrow I can't tell anyone my mom murdered my dad

I have no idea what to do, and I am very afraid.

I am afraid that if I come out, I will be jailed for a crime I – supposedly, under duress and under circumstances we couldn’t change at all, committed. I am afraid that because I waited so long – and still waiting – to report this, that I will be blamed for my silence, and because I am the only one able or willing to come out about it. So, I am here to vent it out, to see if anything can be done. I do not want to be barred from leaving this country over something that if I could have stopped, I would have.

For some background, my family is an odd one. My mother, Annette, is a highly religious woman (cult-ish is better wording), who has done every kind of abuse to me under the sun, except for but toeing the line of sexual abuse. She has triangulated my family against each other, with only her being the “good one”. She made herself as close to a god as one can try to make themselves out to be. She was able to keep me away from the police, as we’ve had some bad experiences in the past (the only ones I remember were traffic issues, but they were bad enough to leave a taste in my mouth), not to mention she was paranoid to the point she thought she was being gang stalked.

My sister, Annamarie, is similarly terrible, doing the same things Annette had, with beating me, starving me, yelling and screaming, and many other things. She neglected my disabled sister, to the point of her being emaciated.

Our other sister, Aquamarine, is disabled heavily, as she can’t talk, has limited mobility, and – as infantilizing as this may sound, but the most compacted way I can explain it – she is like a toddler in mental age and capabilities.

And my father, who has done every abuse too, including sexual, but our feelings about him are complicated. It’s harder to hate a dead man who was murdered by my mother, especially when she got worse once she got away with it. I’m getting ahead of myself though.

I have audio recordings of what happened, the area it was recorded in is a one-party consent state, but it allows for some lead up and a time frame. I will have to be a little vague, as I am worried the police will track me and… well, I would rather not find out what happens if I’m to be locked up in a room with nothing to do but be afraid of intimidating police officers screaming at me for 48 hours.

We lived in a house where there were three houses, two storage units, and whatever extra knickknacks my mom continued to buy all rolled into one house; we were basically hoarders. We had boxes everywhere with tiny trails between the six- and seven-feet walls of boxes, we had mice and rats, we had insects, and it was constantly dirty. We did not have an A/C or working evaporate cooler, which is extra bad in Arizona summers. And the worst part about this is, my father is diabetic.

In June, my mother and I had left to go to Flagstaff in Arizona, and we had been there the entire day and for some of the night. By the time we got back, my dad was severely dehydrated, and my sister had refused to refrigerate the Gatorade we provided, so he didn’t drink it. In the end, he ended up falling into a coma.

After this, we loaded him into a car, everyone got into it, and we all left for Phoenix, and then later into California. For at least an entire 24 hours, we were stuck in a heavily cramped car, in a hot area, with very little water breaks, and just running around like a chicken with its head cut off.

My mother did not go to a hospital. Between Arizona and California, my sister and my mother told me that they heard my dad “burp” while I was asleep between AZ and CA, which I suppose would be a death groan. I do not know which state his death happened in.After an entire day driving around in the hot California heat, going through hell’s half acre, we ended up in Blythe, CA, and to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. A police officer harassed us for several minutes while we were attempting to sleep, before we were finally allowed to rest. Afterwards, we drove all the way to Arizona, and the abuse ramped tenfold until I finally left.

I do not know where my disabled sister is, and I don’t doubt she might be currently being abused. I do not know where my sister and my mom went; all I know is that they stayed in Arizona. I do not know if my dad has a life insurance policy, or how to request a death certificate; all I know is that his death was ruled out as a heart failure, instead of murder via intentional medical neglect, and that my mother was very happy and “thanked god that my father is now burning in hell”. Suffice it to say, it was very much intentional.

I have moved far away, and I do not have the time nor funds to go back, even if I wanted to – as I’ve left things I want to gain back, such as awards, childhood toys, and such. I do not think I can report it here. I do not know if I should, even at the risk of my disabled sister’s health. I have called CPS, but they have not been able to find anyone at the house. I have voice recordings, but I have yet to redact any information that might be too identifying, though if anyone is interested, I might get around to that.

I also don’t have money to blow out the wazoo for lawyers, especially not for two in two different states. I don’t want to be locked up in a pen for the rest of my days, and I do not have any family members I can get into contact with to help, as I’ve never met any of them in any years I remember them, much less contact them.

I may end up being a silent victim, because it is too much of a risk to myself for me to speak up. Any advice will be appreciated. I may answer questions, but I will probably stay vague for my own safety. I hope this all made sense.
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2023.06.07 06:53 aa7bq What is this machine?

What is this machine?
We see this being used in flagstaff, az on a road project. It appears to make dirt out of severely rocky soil.
How does it work?
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2023.06.07 04:02 PyssDribbletts Why do y'all like the Venture/Venture X so much?

I applied and was approved for the Venture (not the Venture X) before I started creeping in this sub.
Don't get me wrong, I like the card, but I don't think it's too special compared to cards like the CSP/CSR or AMEX Gold/Plat from the sounds of it.
There are like two Capital One lounges in the US, Plaza Premium and Prioity Pass lounges seem kinda rare (not a single on in Atlanta when I was there, iirc), booking hotels/flights through the travel portal seems more expensive than booking direct so getting the bonus 5x (or 10x) points is usually not worth and points transfer partners are unusable for domestic travel, with the exception of Wyndham.
2 points per dollar isn't bad, five star status for free with Hertz is pretty nice, and being able to use points to refund any travel booked on the card at all is nice, but it feels pretty meh compared to the perks gotten with the AMEX or Chase cards. Kinda wish I had done more research when I applied for it, but already had the Quicksilver and got a pre-approval with an 80k SUB so just went for it.
I'll probably snag a Chase and/or AMEX card at some point, but I don't have a want or need to add another card to my portfolio at the moment.
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2023.06.06 23:57 Alarming-Mongoose-91 What is the tall signal with the flashing “X”? I’ve seen these only in Flagstaff, AZ and Billings, MT. Only at crossings and faces train traffic on mainline tracks.

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2023.06.06 22:50 ethereor [977€ statt 1.362€ -28%] Kreta: 7 Nächte 5*Wyndham Grand Crete Mirabello Bay Meerblick, All Inclusive, Spa nur Hotel ab 977€ für 2 Personen bis Oktober

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2023.06.06 19:37 Sudden_Event_8163 Wyndham Takeover: Valuation Discussions Heat Up as Choice Hotels Weighs the Decision!

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2023.06.06 09:58 moderneuropean Exquisite Craftsmanship: Custom Cabinets in Flagstaff, AZ

These talented cabinet makers have mastered the art of creating custom cabinets that are tailored to perfection, reflecting your unique style and elevating the aesthetics of your home. In this blog, we will delve into the world of custom cabinets in Flagstaff AZ, and explore the unparalleled craftsmanship that sets them apart.
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2023.06.06 04:14 DonaldRidesBikes Sunset gravel + pavement after dark (Flagstaff, AZ)

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2023.06.06 04:14 DonaldRidesBikes Sunset gravel + pavement after dark (Flagstaff, AZ)

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2023.06.06 01:32 TruthMadders Averaged 30.1 MPG on drive from Flagstaff, AZ to St George, UT in my 22 EX.

I'm posting this because this was our first trip over a hundred miles, and I was pleased to get this kind of mileage.
There were four adults, with gear for four adults, and we had the a/c on the whole time. I typically drive 5 miles over the speed limit, and this drive was mountainous at times.
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2023.06.06 01:03 tcavman Kelly Canyon Enduro Flagstaff, AZ

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2023.06.06 00:42 Perpetual-Jazz context: i did a mad libs

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2023.06.05 22:55 kasutori_Jack 2023 r/baseball Power Rankings -- Week 10: Quest for #1 Tightens, Pirates More Seaworthy than Mariners, Tigers Drop Their Guard and Cleveland Picks It Up, Astros Back in Top 5

Looking for Around the Horn?
Hey Sportsfans — it's time for Week 10 of baseball Power Rankings: Happy first Monday of June, everyone! Hopefully you've paid your rent, paid your bills, and sent us our monthly check to keep your favorite team higher than they deserve. Have a fabulous Monday!
Every voter has their own style / system and the only voting instructions are these:
"To an extent determined individually, you must take into account how strong a team is right now and likely to be going forward. You must, to some degree, give weight to the events and games of the previous week."
TRANSPARENCY: This link will show you who voted each team where and has added neat statistics!
New Voter Chance: Are you a fan of the Dodgers? We received tepid response last week and are still looking for a new Dodgers voter. I'll be reaching out to Dodgers shortly to help with the search. -- apologies for the delay. Check out this link to see how to apply!
If something is a little messed up, feel free to pester me let me know.
Total Votes: 29 of 29. Technically a perfect vote?
# Team Δ Comment Record
1 Rays 0 Why replace writers with AI when the Rays bullpen has proven to be the most cost efficient way to generate drama in 2023? The team doing so well makes it hard to complain, but Jason Adam also makes it so easy, yanno? Happy pride month y'all! In other positive news, Glasnow has looked good if not otherworldly in his return, he'll look to continue finding his groove. Yandy Diaz also hit a quintessential little league homerun, which should make everyone everywhere happy! 42-19
2 Rangers 0 hahahahaha offense go brrrrrrrt. Big week this week with a series against the struggling Cardinals and then the big weekend matchup against the Rays. Ending another month on top of the division and we are having fun! 38-20
3 Braves 0 Horrid start to the week by losing a series to the Oakland "Triple A's" (don't @ me...I heard their own annoucers call them that), but we salvaged the week in AZ thanks to Eddie Rosario playing OUT OF HIS MIND and capping off our weekend with a go ahead Slam in the top of the ninth on Sunday. We are banged up on the hump, but are pushing through. If this is a rough patch, I am happy. First up this week is the Mets. A very important series to get it all back on track. 35-24
4 Astros +2 Crucial series win against the Angels to finish off the weekend. Saturday's game was a lot of fun, aside from the top of the 7th inning - but we don't talk about that. Let's talk instead about how Alex Bregman's grand slam, 4-walk day can be 100% attributed to his wife throwing out the first pitch (it was Girls Night Out) and Bregs subsequently skipping the photo op with her to finish his warm-up. 35-24
5 Dodgers -1 35-25
6 Orioles -1 Alternating wins and loses all week this past week. Losing two out of the last three series is not great. I then thought about it and obviously the Orioles can't win every game and can't win every series, so thinking they can, means I have more confidence in this team than I have in a very long time. Aaron Hicks has been a pleasant surprise filling in for Cedric, batting .455 with an OPS of 1.208. Even though the fans were severely against getting him, he seems to have been the right move so far. The next six games are against Milwaukee and KC, hopefully we go at least 4-2. 37-22
7 Yankees 0 Another strong road trip, another handful of injury questions. Is Nestor really hurt, or is this a “get right” phantom stint? Will Judge need IL time? Wtf’s Bader’s situation? In better news Stanton, Kahnle, and Donaldson are back, and Rodon is set to face live batters. It would be really fucking cool if we could get off the IL merry-go-round though. 36-25
8 Blue Jays +1 Very nice bouceback week(ish) after our AL East foes took us to Pound Town, with series wins over Minnesota and Milwauke (Algonquin for "the good land") before sweeping the Nye Mets. Bassitt continued to build on his '23 legend by nearly throwing another CGSO while his wife was going into labor in another country. Vladdy lasered his first HR not off a shitting-his-pants position player since May 4th, and still hasn't hit one at home, which is WILD. Belt overcame DFA screams from dipshits after an abysmal April (.519 OPS) with a hero-ball May (.940 OPS). Big tests coming up, tho, with HOU, BAL, MIN, and TEX next on the docket. Someone throw an irradiated spider at Manoah or something. 33-27
9 D-Backs -1 The Diamondbacks had a decent week, sweeping the Rockies in four games and coming within one out of taking two of three from the Braves. Alas, the Diamondbacks' bullpen is still the Diamondbacks' bullpen. Additionally, Geraldo Perdomo's abysmal peripherals are catching up with his early-season performance, and third base remains a question mark, as Josh Rojas still doesn't have a single home run on the season. 35-25
10 Twins 0 A 4-3 week, including another series win against the reigning WS Champions! The lineup still isn't consistent though and we're being carried by our good pitching. There's time to fix those issues as the summer goes on, especially in the AL Central where we don't have a lot of competition. 31-29
11 Brewers +2 In the words of noted Brewers fan Tom, "i don't understand how each day the lineup can look worse than the day before, like each day feels like rock bottom then it gets even worse somehow" That's pretty much Brewers fandom opinion of the Spring Training esque lineups Milwaukee is trotting out day after day. Somehow the team was 4-2 in the last week though. (Thanks Reds). Also, Reddit effectively kiling third party app support is terrible, and might actually be the thing that gets me to leave this Californian Hotel. 32-27
12 Red Sox 0 You know, I liked baseball more when we weren't .500. Losing Chris Sale to the injured list right as we get Whitlock and Paxton back is cruel but predictable. Our rotation has a lot of talent, but lacks the stamina to actually go deep into games. Houck, Whitlock, Pivetta and Kutter are all decent to really good 1st/2nd time through. Pair them up and have them each throw ~3-4 innings and you've basically Frankenstiened two 110 ERA+ starters! CHaim hire me please :) 30-29
13 Pirates +4 The Pirates had a miserable May. The pitching went from excellent to merely good while the offense was put on life support. The Bucs, who were 20-9 at the end of April, had dropped under the .500 mark on Memorial Day. Since then, the Bucs have won 5 straight — 2 against the Giants to pick up the Pirates' first (and only) series win in May, and then a sweep of the Cardinals for the first time since 2018. Yeah, the Pirates are only 31-27, but that puts them just a game out of first in the NL Central. Not bad considering where this team stood a week ago. 31-27
14 Angels 0 When he has been on the field and not getting into it with fans or wasting away on the injured list, Anthony Rendon has been a quietly solid presence in this Angels lineup. Slated to return back to the lineup within the next couple days, the team could use a boost in the middle part of the order, especially with runners on. 31-30
15 Mariners -4 A Mariner is a person who works aboard a watercraft as part of its crew, and may work in any one of a number of different fields that are related to the operation and maintenance of a ship. The profession of the Mariner is old, and the term Mariner has its etymological roots in a time when sailing ships were the main mode of transport at sea, but it now refers to the personnel of all watercraft regardless of the mode of transport, and encompasses people who operate ships professionally, be it for a military navy or civilian merchant navy, as a sport or recreationally. Up next: 2 @ Vedder Cup bros, 3 @ Troutanis 29-30
16 Mets -1 Since my last update, we swept the Phillies and we got swept by the Blue Jays. This is a weird Mets team who I think may just be pretty mediocre, though I suspect they'll stick sneak into the playoffs. Our record is back at .500 and we have the Braves in Atlanta next, which is not the kind of shit you want to see. Omar Narvaez will likely return from the IL this week, creating an interesting roster crunch which shouldn't be interesting at all, since current backup catcher Tomas Nido has an OPS of .278. 30-30
17 Marlins +1 Sweepy has been busy so far this year. The fish complete their 4th sweep of the season on the visiting A's, reports are sketchy but apparently he was last spotted saying "Mets are over rated". We'll get further clarification on what he meant by that next time he resurfaces. Sandy is going through it right now, if im being honest i think hes working through some mechanical issues cuz hes still lowkey struggling with location. His last outing was fairly good save one inning where he allowed a bunch of runs but he is slowly improving. Very slowly. The his week the marlins are gonna host the royals, followed with a trip to south side chicago. 32-28
18 Giants -2 The Giants went 2–4 with two 1-run losses. Normally losing a series to both the Orioles and Pirates would be problematic, but in the New Age, both teams are good and the Giants played hard 80% of the time. They are 5–7 in 1-Run Games, and 1-2 in extras, and with a +1 Run Diff (18th in MLB, -5 spots) they are slightly underperforming expected W/L Record. The Giants will be without Joc, Yaz, Conforto, Estrada, and Bart until tomorrow (expected), and Alex Wood is the latest casualty – gone for 12ish days. The rotation, led by Cobb, Webb, and Disco, will rely even more on the bullpen which usually means Jacob Junis (yay!) and Manaea (: / ). Cleaning up their act some, the bullpen ERA is now 20th in MLB (+3) and the whole staff at 15th in RA/G (=). The inconsistent offense, hampered by injuries and some mini-slumps, sits at 14th in RS/G (-2). Giants fans must hope a return to health will boost the bats, the younglings liven back up, and the bullpen holds the line @ Coors Field ( : / ) and vs the question-mark-of-a-team Chicago Cubs. 29-30
19 Padres +1 It was the first game at Petco for my Niece and her Father. He'd long written off the Padres, as a team of nobodies that would never try to win at a sport that ultimatley rigged for markets that weren't in San Diego County. As a sign of goodwill from my Sis, his ex-wife, they had amazing seats, down by the first base side, that were each in the triple digits. Over the last few years he'd gotten into the sport for the first time since '98, and for my Niece, it was the first time following any pro sport in her life. They sat down at their beautiful seats, had a couple of 'dogs, and by the third inning, San Diego was behind 7-0. Sigh. The Padres average 39k at Petco, ranking 5th in the majors in attendance. They have a 13-17 record in those games. 27-32
20 Guardians +3 I was on vacation this week, so I haven't been as aware of baseball as I should be. I did go to two games at Camden and two at Nationals Park while on my trip. The Guardians won a series against the Orioles and split one with the Twins, so now I'm being optimistic and will probably embarrass myself again. Also, I hope the Reds ranker is doing okay. 27-32
21 Phillies -2 What a miserable week it was to be a Phillies fan. They salvaged a 2-4 record by winning the weekend games against the Nationals, but were dreadful all week in games that were just close enough to keep your hopes up. The Phillies are currently 4.5 games out of the 3rd wild card spot with 3 other teams ahead of them. Trea Turner, who you'd think would have one of the highest floors in the league, is hitting .232 with a dreadful .276 OBP. Alec Bohm hit the IL, which means the infield regularly includes one or two of Josh Harrison, Kody Clemens (who's actually been quite hot the past few weeks), and AAAA quality Drew Ellis (who went 3/3 with 2 walks and 2 home runs on Sunday). The bats and pitching have completely died, but that's thankfully set the stage for Nick Castellanos to do what he does best. This week: a homestand with 3 against the Tigers and 3 against the Dodgers. 27-32
22 Cubs +2 This week was a much needed bounce back for the Cubs, as they took 2 out of 3 from both the Rays and Padres. Unfortunately, the week was marred by yet more struggles in the clutch and with RISP as well as Justin Steele's injury. Steele is out for at least 2 starts with forearm soreness, and will be dearly missed as he has kept the Cubs in game after game. The Cubs continue their West Coast road trip this week with sereis against the Angels and Giants following today's game in SD. 26-32
23 Cardinals -2 The Cardinals should be playing better, they aren't. They've been bad all season. Short of collective epiphany that sees them 30 up in their next 40 (lol, doubt it) there's no useful information I can put in this box past "Fire John Mozeliak." 25-35
24 Reds +1 It finally happened boys. After just a month of being separated, she gave me official divorce papers. I think she’s made it abundantly clear she has no interest in fixing things, and you know what? I get it. It’s alright. She told me straight up that she didn’t feel anything between us anymore, and no amount of therapy or counseling is gonna fix that, whatever was there is gone. She’s felt like that for a while, I just refused to see it, I was in denial. But i’m not anymore. I’m free, I am once more ready to set sail on the ocean of loneliness until I find land. I hope I can find land. I gotta find land. How we’ll divide time between our son is yet to be determined, but I know we’ll find a good compromise. I’m just…happy that the air is clear. No more pretending to enjoy each other's presence, no more fake smiles to mask our emptiness. No more. Anyway, let’s talk Reds baseball. We had a good road trip where our offense managed to shine but a horrid home series where we got pantsed by a division rival. The front office just refuses to throw the fans a bone. We continue to give playing time to people like Will Benson and Stuart Fairchild, all the while prospects like Elly De La Cruz and Christian Encarnacion-Strand are tearing up AAA to the point where there’s really nothing left for them to do. Both had problems with their Walk%, so what happened? The last couple weeks both have significantly improved their walk rate. They have nothing left to do in AAA if you ask me and plenty of the fanbase. Imagine if both can be successful in the MLB, what kind of boost of energy that would give to this team while they’re still in striking distance of the NL Central crown. Our starting pitching is still a major liability, Graham Ashcraft has just flat out forgotten how to pitch. The Bullpen is still keeping us in games and our offense can be truly clutch at times, but consistency is one thing we’ve lacked all season. Consistency, consistency, consistency. It’s not here. But with an injection of young talent, things could definitely turn around, or I guess you could say something that’s become a bit of a motto here in Cincinnati and with our recent ownership groups: We’re just a couple years away. 26-33
25 Tigers -3 RIP Riley Greene. RIP Eduardo Rodriguez. I guess the White Sox walkoff on Saturday where a Jose Cisnero pitch domed the home plate umpire for a wild pitch was emblematic of this week (shrugs). As a side note, man is this linup brutal, sporting a team slash line of .226/.302/.349 for the season. Yikes! This week: 3 at PHI, 3 vs. ARI. 26-31
26 White Sox +2 The AL Central being so competitive/non-competitive is the worst thing for the White Sox right now. Despite being 9 games under .500, they are only 5.5 games back in the division. They're stuck in limbo right now. In any sane world, they would already be selling parts, but in all likelihood, they'll have to sell some of the future at the deadline, only to go on a cold streak in mid September, finish 8 games out in the division, and make this awful season feel even worse. 26-35
27 Nationals -1 Rough week for the Nats losing 5 of 7 and getting even worse news with the announcement of Strasburg being shut down from all physical activity. While I can't speak for all Nats fans, I can speak for myself: Stephen Strasburg has absolutely nothing to prove. I genuinely would be ecstatic for him to ride off into the sunset without throwing another pitch before unvailing a statue with Zim on the corner of Capitol and Potomac. 25-34
28 Rockies -1 No Blurb Submitted 26-35
29 Royals 0 Congo rats to Scott Barlow on notching his 50th career save. And congo rats to Aroldis Chapman for rebuilding his career and being a trade chip. The Royals are going to fuck up the return, but at least he can get something back in another couple of months. I'm looking forward to surgery so I can be too drugged up to give a shit about this team. 18-41
30 Athletics 0 More a question than a curse, how could hell be any worse? 12-49
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2023.06.05 09:48 Sure_Elk3491 LA to Las Vegas + Historic Route 66 and Chicago-NYC Road Trip Travel Advice

I am planning on taking a road trip in July from west to east across the vast land of USA. This is not my first major road trip so have some experience before but not in USA so i need some advice. Recently last summer in '22 i went on a 7000 km (+4300 miles) road trip from northern Norway where i live, down to Germany, Czechia, Austria, back to Germany and up again so i have experience driving long distance. That trip i did in 2 and a half weeks.
What to know is that i am travelling solo but is up to doing group activities and get to know others on the trip. Rental car and airline tickets are booked. I have 20 days on me on this major trip.
I have planned Airbnb in LA and NYC but rest will be hotels and motels. I don't need an answer of specifically where to stay at. I won't reveal my accomodation plans. I will be starting in LA and head to Las Vegas. I plan to stay 5 days in LA, 3 days in Las Vegas and 3 days in NYC. From Las Vegas i plan to head back on historic route 66 in Kingman, AZ. I am not sure if i have time to visit Dallas on day trips when i am in Oklahoma City and also not sure if i will be heading short time into Toronto in Canada. That is up to the rental company if they allow it and if it is any time left for it. I will be flying from Oslo to Los Angeles and flying back to Oslo when i arrive in NYC. I have 3 days to stay in NYC and plane leaves very late on last day so have lots of time exploring more of NYC on the last day. Or i can add a day to other parts of my trip. I might be heading back to NYC sometime again, maybe during Christmas holiday.
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Book hotel rooms in Pearl
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2023.06.05 05:05 OhDatsStanky Cross country Ninja - Day 5

Oh the interstate. Yay.
Here’s the deal. I was fucking wrecked at the end of the day yesterday. Even though Flagstaff was much cooler, the fatigue from the heat bit into me pretty hard. For those that haven’t experienced it, riding fatigue stacks on itself. So even though you might rest for a bit to counter the fatigue you currently feel, you’re still dealing with what’s accumulated up to that point. This is why on long runs you gotta stop before you feel like you need to. Otherwise the distance between stops will get shorter and shorter as the fatigue stacks.
I woke up this morning not looking forward to the ride. I was sore and mentally worn down. I got going though and was able to get in my rhythm. Ride 100 and refuel/rehydrate. Repeat. All was going great, slicing between rain clouds and really letting the bike run. Then some major incident east of ABQ shutdown I-40 in both directions. Took a 1.5hr detour. That sucked. I felt bad for the people coming the opposite way, because they were backed up for 4 miles. Thankfully I wasn’t in that, because I’m sure that would’ve been a clutch burner for sure.
Back on the road and slipping the rain. Hit a ferocious headwind and stayed tucked for about an hour. Still, the 400 ran at 80 like it was just doing its thing. Kept it at 7500-8000rpm all day and it didn’t blink. And she’s still doing 60mpg!
Met some great people today. Friendly folks that approached me at gas stops to ask about the bike or the trip or just to share their experiences on two wheels. After completing the stretch with the headwind I pulled over to start looking for hotels and a couple came up to me and said they saw me battling the wind and were cheering for me. They had done a lot of long rides and knew what it was like.
So, in much better condition this evening. 650 miles done. 586 to home tomorrow. Really going to let myself enjoy the last stretch. I’ve had some incredible experiences on motorcycle trips, but this one has certainly been unique. Seems like a long time ago from that stressful and seemingly hopeless first day as the cold and week’s forecast destroyed my original route plan. Then to go on a spontaneous exploration of a whole side of the country I’ve never been to, all on a bike that just seemed like it was made for it. Incredible.
I’ll do one last post tomorrow. I sincerely hope y’all will give the 400 it’s due credit. It ain’t no beginner bike. Pack a bag and take it to go visit this beautiful country.
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2023.06.05 00:29 Alarming-Mongoose-91 Viet Spring trail just below Mt Humphrey, Flagstaff, AZ. Short but great.

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2023.06.05 00:13 gigi1765 Finished our land/sea tour today with HAL on the New Amsterdam.

They put us up at The Westmark Hotel in Anchorage. Kind of an old run down place near the train station. Bused us to the train depot for our first stop in Denali. The ride was beautiful. We saw moose along the way. The McKinley Chalet lodge was very nice. Not much to do if you are not taking the bus into the park. After 2 nights, we boarded a motor coach for Whittier where we boarded the ship. Food was great, tried several different restaurants onboard and was not disappointed. The entertainment was very poor IMO. A dried up comedian Ken Boyd. A very boring game show host, Al. Tried the piano bar but the young man was new and didn’t know many tunes. I will say though the BB King Allstar band was excellent every night. They played in the BB King Blues club on deck 2. The daily itinerary could use some help. Not many fun games during the day to choose from. The excursions we took were Helicopter to Meade glacier, ATV self guided jeep tour and Wildlife and crab feast. All were outstanding experiences. Getting off the boat this morning was CrAzY. One more thing, there isn’t anything worse than a silver haired person carrying their plate from the buffet and running slam into you. These are some serious foodies. Lol Overall trip was good. HAL needs to step it up on the entertainment.
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