Country Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport at Tempe
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It's sort of odd, escaping Vancouver on what is purported
to be our first 20C day of this fledgling year. There again perhaps not, given
the destination holds the very real prospect of 30C days. The Weather Channel
told me so and they never lie.
This time we're off to Phoenix to commune with my inner
redneck, experiment lightly with alcoholic beverages, (or should I say a few
bevvies in Glasgow parlance) and celebrate some down home Americana ...
... nothing in Oregon other than Crater Lake. Leaving there it was 21 degrees and we headed to Mt Vernon for our meal – both had the Chicken Pot Pie and it is really good. Home to relax.
January 6, 2015 Tuesday-Phil has a dentist appt today so he left before noon. It is on the far side of Boston so he will be a while. I am going to start some packing. I have packed everything that I will not use in the next 6 days, so did some house cleaning ...
We have now returned to our site at Sandy & Don Buerkley's Sun Meadow Ranch near Cave Creek. We continue to enjoy their hospitality and reasonable rates. Florence & I are relearning how to play 500 card game under their tutelage. On a "girl's" day out, we went back to Lake Pleasant for lunch. The dam that created the lake is huge and is part of the Central Arizona (irrigation) Project that serves ...
... out a few exhibits. The museum is definitely designed for kids but we all had fun being big kids! The first (and one of the most fun) exhibits was the water exhibit. There were four stations where you would make plastic balls go to different parts of the exhibit. For example, in one part you put a ball down a roller where water would then shoot a ball up in the air and it would land on another piece and then get picked up by a water wheel, go around the ...
... of the situation and we got into Cabazon and our first night's stop at the Morongo Casino. As usual, the wind was blowing strong here. We like to overnight at Morongo as they have a large easily maneuverable parking lot and welcome RV'ers. They also have a fairly nice casino and we usually eat a meal or two while we are there. As those of you who have followed our past blogs know---I am fond of posting the eating adventures---especially great ...