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... getting to visit my cousin Joe and his wife Kim. Joe is my dad’s cousin so I think that would make him my first cousin once removed. I met him at a reunion a few years back and remembered that he lived in the area so I sent him a message to see if we could get together. They had us over for an awesome dinner and it was special to us that we had a few extra people to help us celebrate Iris’ birthday. Later I looked through family genealogy stuff that Joe ...
... those of you who know who he was, feel free to feel superior.) Nice drive through Florence, AZ where the AZ maximum security prison is located next to the fields where premium pima cotton was/is grown.
Actually set up chairs & a table with snacks, root beer for Florence, and wine for Ginger. First time we've done that this trip...guess we're slow learners. I woke Florence up when ...
How nice we are all still here and the world lives on.. some of you may know today, 21st December 2012, was the last day of the mayan calender and there is a huge following of "preppers" and the like who believed today would see the end of the world... thank goodness they were wrong..
So the present Mark gave Robin for his birthday, was a two hour horse ride into the desert...for four....so he would not be alone...lol..!!
Mark and Svetlana picked ...
Hardly seems like eight days since our last entry. We spent the first few days at Desert Mountain getting everything organized for the rehearsal dinner and party Friday evening – putting up rope lights and finishing touches on centerpieces and other decorations. It's almost 10 miles to the nearest supermarket, so we have to organize our trips. Plus, the two-hour round-trip to Phoenix airport as people began arriving. Joining Josh and Luke were Ray’s brothers, Pete and ...
... because we were starving.) It was still 95 degrees at 9:15. Taylor got in the shower and turned on the water. We discovered that when the temperature is over 100 degrees during the day..and it's still 95 degrees at 9:30 at night, there is no such thing as cold water. We had to let the water run so that it cooled down enough for her to take a shower. She NEVER turned on the hot water! She took an entire shower with "cold" water. I guess I'll soon find out myself if we have any cold ...
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