Clarion Hotel Phoenix Tech Center
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... was). The process of trading in the Coleman and doing the pre-delivery inspection on our new camper was almost 3 hours, but Jay, our salesman, George our tech and Liz the finance lady were awesome! Cindy's sister Monti met us at the lot, and kept Cindy company while George and I crawled over every inch of the trailer to make sure she was good to go. By noon, we were pulling out of the lot. If you have ...
... than the humidity in South Florida and I remembered a comment about ovens being hot without humidity.
As we've crossed the county this far, we've toyed with the idea of living in the Panhandle, opening a cafe with friends in San Antonio, becoming New Mexico mountain men in Cloudcroft, but we have no intention of doing anything in Phoenix except leaving the oven. It's the kind of heat that takes your
... car door though I dropped the ipad and cracked the screen all over. I was impressed that both Corey and I took it in stride and didn’t get upset about it. At least for now it still works and the cracks look like little rainbows when light shines on them! So after that we headed back on the road and were excited to find saguaros popping up all over in the mountains and to make our way into Phoenix and feel some warm air again!
A museum day in Phoenix. Not quite the highlight, though, which came as I chose the lower level route over interstate 10 (which is buried in tunnels) by going through Margaret T Hance park. I'd already walked through a green and pleasant part and was intrigued by the urban art I'd spotted. I was also intrigued when walking through, as a creature in a red dress appeared ahead of me and spoke briefly to two girls passing through. I don't know ...