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It's a "DRY" heat you big sissy.;) My sister tried living out there for a year.... Said it got so hot you couldn't even grab a golf club out of the bag without discomfort to the hands. We saw the grand canyon last fall and the temps were "PERFECT" What a cool state, so different from Mich with all our water and trees.. A complete opposite. OMM.
 

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This is the place I had lunch http://www.co-opgrill.com/about-us.html In the middle of no ware had about 20 pickup trucks parked in front so I walk in and all I see is Cowboy Hats Farmers and Ranchers I had the steak sandwich and it was excellent! will go back.
 

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Wow Zdiver, first I saw the temperature and got thirsty. Then I saw the Co-opgrill menu and got very hungry. Now I just want to jump off that bridge and go for a swim. You are braver than I to ride in 118 degree weather.
 

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Don't see many ride reports come out of Arizona or the like in the summer time unless it's in the high country. Very nice photo's and history. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Great photos . . . What is that goofy looking, boxy side car thingy with the wheels pointing the wrong way hanging off the side of the TW? It takes nearly a gallon an hour of liquid to stay hydrated in those temps. Stay safe. John
 
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