This corner of Arizona appears to be largely populated by pickup trucks with no number plates and blokes wearing camouflage. They probably wear it to church too. In one wide place in the road there was even a Confederate flag flying next to that of Arizona. Two things:
- The Confederates lost. Get over it.
- Arizona wasn't even a state until 1912.
|US-191, being Scenic|
|Looking south-east from Blue Vista|
might have anything to do with it. The answer is probably "no", because you've already passed this sign:
|Translation: all switches, buttons and levers into ASBO mode|
|Note full-size pickup at left for indication of Bigness|
|Wheel and tyre approximately two Mr Larrington-heights in diameter|
After Clifton you cross in New Mexico and the scenery takes a dramatic turn for the Flat. Onto I-10 at Lordsburg - which looks so down-at-heel that I think the Lord may actually have forsaken it altogether - and across the Scorching Plains™ of New Mexico.
|Scorching Plain™, Mew Mexico, Saturday|
|Bethany (8)1:||So, were they actually Scorching this time?|
|Mr Larrington:||Yes. Yes, they were. I just went out for milk and it was still 30 degrees at seven in the evening.|
|Bethany (8):||About bloody time!|
|Bethany's Mum:||Bef'ny! 'oo you torkin' too?|
|Bethany (8):||No-one, Mum! Just that bloke from P@nd3m1c Pr0duckt10nz™®.|
|Bethany's Mum:||Wot did I tell you abaht torkin' to nutters?|
|Bethany (8):||Owwwwww! I'm gettin' TV's Super D Millar onto you, you fukn C-O-W!|
|Bethany's Mum:||I 'eard that!|
Note for non-readers of YACF: Bethany (7) wrote to the Commissaires requesting that Crazy P Sagan not be thrown off the 2017 Tour after that incident with Cav. The rest of it is made up.
- It was her birthday the other week2