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Today Brett and I embark on a fabulous adventure to France. We are so excited to be experiencing this wonderful trip with Dave and Dianne. Our first stop is Virginia where we will meet up with Dave and Dianne and spend the night with them at their ...
... plan something fun for her so we took her to the Phoenix Children’s Museum. A good portion of our time is spent doing hikes and hanging out at playgrounds so I was excited to give her a chance to tinker around and play with toys again. Both the kids loved it! We didn’t pack a lunch so we needed to come up with a place to eat that was close and affordable so we sent Corey’s cousin Gina, who used to live there, a message and she helped us right away ...
New Year's Day 2014 dawned bright and cool in the Valley of the Sun. Kickoff was not until 6:30 PM and the Tailgate Party didn't begin until 3 PM sowe had almost an entire day. We decided to head east of Phoenix into the Superstition Mountains.
Our driving tour took us through Tempe and Mesa to Apache Junction where we took Hwy 88 into the mountains. We stopped at Goldfield Village, a reconstructed mining town for ...
... not at the same time. There is a limited diner menu of gourmet sliders, snacks and salads, rustic seating and an interesting ambiance. Probably the biggest let down was the drinks list which had none of the new or interesting US beers that are a feature of the food (and drink) scene here these days.
With Elephant running as well as ever we pushed further south to Tuscon and enjoyed a day of touristic endeavour then on again to Douglas on the ...
... would close a screen over the skylight in our bedroom. That was one of the many little things that the owners thought of when they renovated the house.
Diane La****n provided us with pictures of the house prior to the renovation. Words cannot describe how much work that they put into the place. They left a lot of the original features that you can see as you walk around. One neat thing was the “Archer” windows that are narrow on the outside, but flare out on ...