Comfort Suites Peoria Sports Complex
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... maybe we should reroute and head to Phoenix first. We asked the camp host if he could recommend a route other than the interstate and he said he actually prefers taking the highway through the mountains instead of the interstate. We were glad we asked because it turned out to be a beautiful drive through a couple of national forests including Tonto National Forest. Even though the roads were through the mountains they were ...
... showed a little more class. I bought 6 bottles of Chocolate d' Vine. Had no choice; couldn't find a bottle of chocolate wine in MN to save my soul. Chocolate wine?!? Well, yes...dark red wine, slightly sweet, rich chocolate flavor and not creamy or milky like some I've seen. Hit me up for a taste the next time you see me!
Spent the night at a campground in the foothills north of Deming, over 3-4 cattle crossings, and well ...
We took an expeditionary trip to JT in preparation for an October camping trip. Temps are finally cooler, and Daddy wanted to try out the new Land Cruiser on the 4x4 roads in the park. There had recently been excessive rain, and the main CGs we wanted to see were closed. However, we spent two fun-filled days hiking some short trails. No matter where we stopped, the boys took full rock-climbing advantage on the mammoth boulders JT is ...
... We spotted Ron E at the Elks and found that he performs there during the week. We had brats in a bun and lots of beer and really enjoyed the day. Zack was there and we gave him a photo we had taken of his wife, she is part of the band at the Hitchin' Post. We found a place to sit and watch the dancers and danced a lot and really had a good time. Finally headed home to relax for the rest of the evening. February 24th Sunday-We didn't get up till 10-I guess last night was tooo ...
... I hadn't played for quite a while, but am happy that my fingers remember what to do. Institutional memory, perhaps.
I'm watching the thermometer creep up past ninety-eight degrees and enjoying the gift of air conditioning. There's a breeze out and it has clouded over, so it's actually comfortable for a part-time desert rat.
I've decided to cook the bacon on the Weber and celebrate in a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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