Legacy Suites Casa Grande
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... looked good though so we got a table for two. Antwan was to be our waiter, his badge helpfully informed us that he was 5 foot 19 inches tall!! Jayne had cheese grits as one of her sides, a slightly strange dish that was a bit like a savoury rice pudding! A quick bit of shopping before heading back to the hotel to relax before bed time.
Heading towards Yuma, via the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument tomorrow so hopefully a slightly more interesting day!
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... cos Im not that good with regions of USA). Anyhow this guy had worked in Perth for 5 years. Had planned on going to national park at Sedona but no point so kept driving. We carried on into Southern Arizona and to Linda and Colin's. The photos tell the story. Had a lovely local genuine Mexican ...
... site). We realized when we reached Flagstaff that the 92 degree temp of Phoenix had dropped, and was now only 71 degrees. Wow! The RV Park is darling, and has grass…real green, soft grass. (see photo) The office is a geodesic dome type and really befits the area: remote with high winds, but totally self-contained.
We choose sandwiches from our deli assortment on board, and settled in for some Dish TV. What a day!
... out and mark them when there’s a controlled burn so that the Cactus that are protected can be kept out of the controlled burn area…. Either by transplant or by marking them with GPS points on a map and nylon flags so that the burn crews can hoe away the vegetation around the plant to protect it from the controlled burn (burning off weeds)…