Comfort Suites Old Town
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- Swimming pool
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Suzi was happy to get a chance to visit with her Aunt Janice and Uncle Lynn from her father's side of the family. We met them for lunch at the Olive Garden in Scottsdale and spent a couple of hours over lunch. Another hour chatting in the parking lot. We would have loved to spend more time with them, but they did not want to drive to Mesa. Although it is only about 25 miles, Uncle Lynn will be 81 next month and no longer travels too far from home. ...
... a couple of movies. It is almost 10 pm and still a muggy 82 degrees. My plan is to move on north tomorrow and leave John to himself.
July 20th-Saturday- I did not sleep as well last night and so up around 9. So much for planning to leave early today! Then decided to go to drug store to find something John can use to eliminate the blisters on his wrists from the crutches rubbing when he uses them. Back to his place-already 90+ degrees-and ...
... and down those hills in the heat and high altitude - I want to make it Scottsdale after all. The natural petrified bridge was kind of neat though. It's still held in place with a concrete support underneath or my guess is that it would look like several of the others - a string of pieces but you could tell that it was all one piece at one time. Finally, in one of the last pull outs on the ...
We took off on a hike this morning on the Overton Trail, here in the park. Lynn checked out the map and found what she liked, a hike of about three miles. We walked from the coach to the trailhead of the Clay Mine trail. It merges with the Overton at about a mile from our site. The rental horses use a good part of the trail and thus the surface is deep, nasty dust. That's a good reason to wear boots. We did.
The trail climbed and climbed until ...
... from the northern winters; they were living it up in an active society on the eastern outskirts of sprawling Phoenix. In fact, we found ourselves returning to the Park like moths to a flame. Over the course of our time pulling on rocks in the Superstition Mountains and Queen Creek areas, we visited this oasis of life and activity as much as we could! We were drawn ...