Uh-mazing. That’s the one word I have for Flagstaff! Or… is that two words the way I used it? Anyway…
Since Flagstaff is a short distance from Phoenix, Humom and I got up at a reasonable hour instead of “how will I function through the day”-o’clock. We got caught up on some paperwork, inventory, social media, and maybe a little time on Words with Friends for me…
The distance from Flagstaff to Phoenix is only about 120 miles, but the ELEVATION difference is astounding. We pushed this little motor home up some pretty steep grades, and it let me know how it felt about it. But the Little RV That Could made it up every one of them like a champ.
Before the official Meet and Greet, NAZ Today visited with me and Sauerkraut and filmed a piece which should air probably on Monday, so check out their website early next week!
NAZ Today Reporter Sierra Ferguson takes some last minute pics of the kids with Sauerkraut
Once the doors opened on the event, a lot of people came to say hello to Sauerkraut. Some of the most amazing and well behaved children, and all kinds of people stopped by the say hello, learn a little about animal fostering and welfare, and make some donations to the cause. Sauerkraut… well, she slept a lot. The poor thing must have been tired from keeping us awake all night!
One special treat: one of Pops’ coworkers brought his family out to the Meet & Greet, and then we all went to dinner at Black Bart’s Steakhouse near the RV Camp Ground. If you’re ever in Flagstaff, after you visit Coconino Humane Society, go to Black Bart’s for dinner - it was really good… and the wait staff sings for you!