Days Inn & Suites Mesa
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... has to be done in California or another state nearby. Blythe, California came up and that's where we'll go tomorrow morning.
The transfer of "stuff" took us the balance of yesterday and a good few hours of today. This in the ninety plus degree heat of the last week of summer here in the desert. It was 97 today as we went and shopped at Costco and the Dubya Place.
We've been "camping" in the ...
... works very well in Phoenix as I got chilled being inside. Getting out to the heat to thaw out was crossing my mind towards the end of our visit.
After visiting the mall and leaving some money behind, the group was hungry so we headed to a pizzeria I found on the Internet called Oregano's, also in Scottsdale.
With our group being 10 in number, it took a bit of time to get a sitting place arranged, so we hung outside even though it was probably near 100 ...
... it is the best in the country right now! I picked about half of my oranges today-tired of battling with the birds for them! Late afternoon we headed for the PO to mail Valentine’s, then to the rock place, and they no longer sell the white gravel that I want—not sure what to do now but one more place to check. Drove to SanTan for wine, then a stop for Beano (Phil) and milk, then home. Ready for our pool games and dinner at BJ’s. I ...
... snowbirds Norma & Steve here in Arizona. I worked with Norma at SGI – she was at our Moose Jaw branch. They were in Tempe this week, so they joined us for supper and a campfire on Tues evening. We had a fun visit!
Thursday was shopping day for me. Roger took me to IKEA and a few other furniture/decor stores. And on Friday, we went to the Mesa outdoor Marketplace/Swap Meet. We’ve gone to the big swap ...
... brother troopers to keep the peace.
Rancid subscribed to a popular theory of community policing – take care of the small things and the big things will take care of themselves. “The broken window theory. Yeah, that’s what they called it.” He remembered learning about it in the police academy – repair the windows in a community and the big crimes will diminish. One needs to begin with an orderly base – ...