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... toooo warm. Took Red grocery shopping-only needed a few things-he can’t just shop at one store, he has to get a few things at each store, and he thinks he is saving money. Well, I guess he is, as I am driving him and using my gas! I am not letting him drive my new vehicle. (would you-he has one glass eye and the other has macular degeneration, bad enough to have shots in it once a month)
So later in the day he decided to take me out to dinner ...
So today Robin becomes an oldie...hehe.. My Ian woke us up at 6am with a happy birthday message from Sydney, Robin was soo glad he remembered..!!!!
After a nice long chat we got ready for our day out... Robin had chosen to go to Tempe again so with maps and timetables in hand we set off on our free trolley bus rides to the nearby city.
Climbing up the Volcanic Tempe Butte, otherwise known as "A" mountain in the centre ...
... he brought me a pork chop. He’s a great neighbor. I only have one box to go through in the new shed, but then there is a lot of loose stuff in there that needs to be sorted. But I am making progress, though you cannot walk through the living room yet! It was 108 degrees last three days - the record for now is 109! Going to be down in the high 90s for rest of week.
May 23rd Wednesday-Nothing to do today. Woke to the doorbell and it was Jerry who ...
Tempe Diablo Stadium is located in the central cortex of the Greater Phoenix area. It is the Cactus League spring training home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Perched on the side of Tempe's rocky Twin Buttes, Diablo Stadium shares its picturesque prominence with the adjacent Buttes Resort.
Tempe Diablo Stadium was constructed in 1968 and underwent a thorough and extensive renovation in 2005. It accommodates over 10,000 if the folks in the lawn or ...
... opposite direction for 15 minutes to visit it – the ruins are part of a National Monument. Conveniently it was a free weekend, so we had a look around for about an hour – fascinating place, built by the Sinagua Indians about 700AD.
Back on the interstate it was a couple of hours drive south to Phoenix where our cousins Janine & Bruce Oliver live – it’s been so great to catch up with them all ...
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It was a good hotel , they have a nice features and there service is the best
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