Country Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport at Tempe
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... and other vehicles. Can't argue with science if the
#24 car of Jeff Gordon is any measure. Quite gorgeous! In reality you likely
have to be replete with testosterone rather than estrogen to "get
it". The neat things about Nascar are the clinical efficiency of the
entire operation, the great accessibility of the drivers and crews to the
"great unwashed" and the beautiful melange of peeps. Think Duck
Dynasty meeting preppy Ralph Lauren types with the perfunctory ...
... 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!
... wheel chair races, checked our heart rate, and one fun exhibit where you wore a helmet that tracked who was more relaxed (I never won). There was so much more to do but everyone was hungry so we decided we had seen enough. It was a great museum!
We went to Chompie's for a late lunch. We read about Chompie's on the Man vs Food site and decided it would be fun to give it a try. We were glad we did! It was such a great restaurant!! Our first surprise ...
... talked to Phil several times during the day. He had a walk to Ground Zero with Saul, ‘our grandson’ and then to dinner with him.
May 30th- Up early before it was too hot-was 94 at noon and don’t know what it ended up being for the day. I wanted to get to the fabric store before it was too hot. Off to JoAnne’s and when I arrived the store was empty and they were remodeling and won’t be open for several months!! So ...
... all signs of beach were gone.. in the 1800`s sand was brought in to the riverside and a park built so the victorians could swim and sunbathe in their leisure time.. now just a few paddle boats and canoes were moored up waiting to be hired out and just sheer concrete walls at the riverside with no access at all..
we made a plan to return to tempe for robins birthday next week..