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Things are never easy for Scottsdale private eye Lena Jones. Her partner in Desert Investigations, Jimmy Siswan, is leaving for an upscale wife and a job at Sun Microsystems. Her old Captain at the Scottsdale PD is off home to Brooklyn. She’s doing security for Warren Quinn, director of a documentary being shot at Papago Park about the German POW camp and the “great escape” of Christmas Eve, 1944, when some prisoners tunneled out and fled. And one surviving escapee, Kapitan zur Zee Erik Ernst, a man in his nineties confined to a wheelchair after a boating accident, has just been murdered. Worse, his Ethiopian care giver begs Lena to clear him. Lena, experienced in probing the past for answers to the central mystery of her own life—who is she?—learns that Ernst and two other POWs hid out...
Last night we spent the night in a tiny Nevada town by name of Searchlight. There are only three hundred folks here and we're at the edge of town, so go figure. For dinner we had Butte pasties from the Town Talk Bakery on Front Street. They're about the best "boughten" ones we've found there and tasted good. We also had the usual cole slaw, but since we can't find any Durkee Dressing down here, it was made with wine vinegar and mayonnaise. We had a quiet evening with a wonderful rainstorm just before sunset. It rained for over and hour and cleaned off both The Pearl and The Soob. By morning, you'd never know that it had rained a drop by looking at the ground. We got on the road by nine-ten and soon began to encounter hundreds of motorcycles headed towards Laughlin. We learned later that there is a River Run on the Colorado plus the Laughlin Bike Ride. They like to ride two abreast, so I had to keep a good eye out so as not to swerve in the wind and pick one off. They're mostly Harleys, so they rejuvenate rather quickly, as I remember. Unfortunately, we pulled over on the left side of the road to get gas in Laughlin and had a real challenge getting back onto Highway 95. I took a short-cut through a Shell Station on a narrow lane and scared the bejesus out of both of us. We too... I thought I had brushed up against something, but a climb onto the roof later proved me wrong. God is good. I'm glad that He is paying attention for us. We are now at the Hidden Oasis RV Park in Wikieup, Arizona. It's a great little spot with about forty spaces, a restaurant/deli/store and laundromat combined. After we got parked, we went into the deli for lunch. We met some local folks who told us about Kaiser Springs and the trail to get there. We decided to stay another night and do the hike. It's about 15 miles further on down the road. They also have a whole raft of Ice Cream Treats, so I may have to go back and pick up some desert for this eve. Lynn got our laundry sorted and spot-sprayed and we took it over to do the washing. The temperature is in the mid-seventies, but with the wind, it feels much cooler. The wind made our drive a real challenge today and more work than a retired guy should have to do. So it is on the open road running under the guise of "The Endless Weekenders. Thanks for stopping by. I'll have a few pics later on Flickr. Check out http://www. com/photos/ralphieboyo/, if you would. For dinner we had sautéed shrimp with pasta and homemade Pesto along with our usual green salad. The wind has slowed down so we should have a good night's rest. Saturday: We did rest well and since it was a bit cool, decided to hang out and do a bit of Geocaching this afternoon. We found an easy one right here in the park. The clouds rolled in this evening and the rain started about dinner time. It's still raining at about eight PM. It really sounds good on the roof, especially since we are dry and cozy inside and not in a tent. If it clears up, we hope to do that hike tomorrow morning and stay another night here. Then we'll only have about 150 miles to Desert Autoplex for our warranty work. We got out for our hike around ten AM. We never did find the Springs, but saw lots of beautiful blooming trees and our favorite cactus, the Saguaro. These cacti grow near a "nurse plant," usually a Palo Verde or such. I got a couple of photos which will be on Flickr. http://www. com/photos/ralphieboyo/, later on today. once the cactus gets some age to it, the nurse plant often dies off. Remember, these cacti won't grow an arm until they are ninety years old. We did get in about an hour's hike and did just a bit over a mile and a half. The road was very rocky, so we took our time, plus keeping an eye out for rattlesnakes. We saw few birds, but I did hear a cactus wren, which has a very distinct call. Another of my favorite things in the desert. Lynn is preparing a small pork loin roast with a rub, for this evening's dinner. We'll also have potatoes and a green salad. I've included a photo of.
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