After the good 'ole Grand Canyon, we headed for beautiful Sedona, AZ. It was seriously hot!
After a few hours exploring Sedona, we headed to Avondale, AZ to visit with my family, the Clydes. My Uncle Dana and Aunt Pat let us stay with them for a of days. It was even hotter in Avondale!
The kids: Ashlee, me, Kim, Kayla, Austin
Uncle Dana and Aunt Pat (yes, that's a giant pile of nachos in front of them...it was an appetizer for the entire table)
After some quality time with the Clydes, we were on our way to Bullhead City, AZ to hang with the Tucker side of the fam, except they are the Martins.
Ethan, Charles, and Gillian
And then Gillian wanted to try on my rings...Oh boy, those parents are in serious trouble with this little one!
On the last day of our road trip, we hit the lake with Charles and some friends.
And then, a rock got stuck in the engine and we were stranded for a couple of hours in the boiling heat, without cell phones, food, sunscreen, and barely enough fluids to survive.
About 2 hours later, we were saved! I devoured my first double-double cheeseburger and washed it down with fries, and chocolate shake. I walked in totally famished and I barely rolled out.
After lunch, we said farewell to the family, packed up our stuff, and downloaded a few more songs for the drive home.
We slept in this trailer in Bullhead City. It was cozy, but hot when the power went out in the middle of the night.Miguel's. Whenever we're in Corona, we grab lots of burritos to enjoy for the week.
And that does it for our road trip. It was only a 12-day trip, but the way I've been blogging this summer, it seems as though it was an all summer road trip.