The Stay in Old Town
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... 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 ...
... not used to the temperature or the frequent changes in humidity - he comes from Pennsylvania. He welcomed us in to his home (in England we would say it's a detached bungalow with an adjoined garage) and showed us the souvenirs he had collected during his life. He had a Western Corner in his lounge and an enormous TV flanked with DVD's. In the garage was a shiny red Corvette. But Mike's most prized possession was a replica Harley Davidson Easy Rider Chopper, complete with 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 ...
... well, afterwards we had a super game of pool in the clubroom ..
Sunday 9th we climbed Camelback mountain .... The views were superb we could see all across the valley from Scottsdale to Phoenix airport... the trail starts off steep but well trodden, however as you reach the summit it almost becomes a mountain climb on all fours... I have to admit I gave up about 200ft from the top and Robin kindly stayed with me while Mark and Svetlana continued to the ...