Comfort Inn Chandler
Travel Blogs from Chandler
... and drove the continent for a couple of months, leaving everyone and everything behind while he dealt with his losses. The song was a favorite of mine when I first heard it...but then two years ago it took on a deeper, more relatable connection that forever changed the meaning and tone of the song for me and made it impossible to be anything but personal: "Pack up all those phantoms, Shoulder that invisible load; Keep on riding north and west Haunting that wilderness road Like ...
Thursday, Friday, Saturday- April 11, 12 &13. We headed back to Chandler late morning and arrived about 11:30 am at Ron (George's youngest brother) and his wife Gloria’s house.
We had a great time visiting for the next three days and below I explained some of the sights that we visited. Their youngest child Katelyn (ninth grade) was there and they have the cutest little dog named Dusty. Dusty is so well behaved and a joy ...
... where I met Diane, Jeri and her daughter at 2:45. It is 27 miles from home to where I met them. We rode the light rail into downtown and got off somewhere along the way to have a small dinner, then back on the train and about a mile to the stadium. By the time we arrived we had about 10 minutes till showtime. I love the Cirque and this was a good one. After it was over we took the train back to our cars and parted for our homes. A very nice evening. Just a few more things to do and I will be ready to fly away ...
... a circular needle she's wanted. The picture of the big bright pink chair is taken on the sidewalk near there. We weren't sure of its significance but it was so ugly we couldn't pass up the tourist phot op! After that we tried one of the local family owned Mexican restaurants. It was okay but not outstanding.
We went hiking three times while they were here. Dean had slipped and twisted his ankle right before they came so tried the first one ...
Lately there has been this pretty popular fab going around that is all about these so called "tough man races." Races that are suppose to test your endurance and your, what I like to call, testicular fortitude. They have names like The Tough Mudder, The Spartan Race, The Jungle Marathon, and even The Warrior Dash. Simply put though, they are all just long obstacle courses and each one seems to have a special obstacle or a certain distance that makes it that ...
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