Sonoran Suites of Scottsdale
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... which was one of the oldest ones still standing in town. The house was build by Dr. Rossen who was a physician at one of the forts and later was the mayor of Phoenix. It took 4 years to renovate and since they did not have pictures of insides that had to research as they were pulling down layers of wallpaper which then had to be replicated. The hardwood floors were good and most of the downstairs rooms had inlays around the outer portion. It was the first house in Phoenix ...
... good bloom now, and are quite impressive. The blossoms show at the top of this towering cactus.They are white with a yellow center. A photo will be showing up on flickr in a day or two, among others, when I get them edited.
In the evening, the full moon rose invitingly over the mountains in the near distance. Later in the night, the eclipse happened, but we didn't catch it this time.
The wind has been much calmer and the temperature just a ...
... instead of being put on the cake. Opa helped. Finally the cake was done and ready.
After a great dinner, we were ready to sing Happy Birthday and have the cake. It was fantastic - Noah really knows how to make a cake ...
... the weather was great. Phil took my bike for air in the tires and had to come home for pliers to get the cap off to put the air in! Took both of us to do it. I fixed flounder, sweet potatoes and a salad for dinner here tonight. Was good. Learned today the Letha, a classmate from high school, died today. She had fallen and broken her neck a few days ago and they just could not save her. She lived in Atlanta I think. WE are still reading Dracula and are about 2/3 through it. Another month is over-they go faster and ...
... Doug, a young and very bald guy (it says this on his card!) He is clever and politically knowledgeable with an interesting life. It’s these chance meetings that make such a valuable counter point to what we can discern for ourselves.
And, oh goodness, three months has gone and we must away to Phoenix to make our way home to the cold and the familiar. It is tempting to try to make a summary of our travels but we feel it is premature without a time ...