Country Inn & Suites Deer Valley
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... two back in harmony was going to be a major event.
The solution was to trim (by 150 mil that's 6 inches for our American readers) all the way around and then sew it back in. The half hour wash turned into a major project and was completed as the sun said farewell for the day. However I do have to say that in the end everything turned out fine, the cover is back on the bed doing its job. Well done Marg.
... t care for the hue or style, you can always decide to get it reupholstered. You will conserve a lot of money this way. When figuring out your budget for home furniture, consider the expected life expectancy of your item. Lighting aluminum frames or particleboard parts are likely considerably reduce in price, but also reduce in everyday life expectancy. Hefty wood, strong household furniture will last a great deal longer, even though in a better initial ...
- Mo and I got up around six this morning so we could attend Downtown Phoenix
- Decided to stop and fill up on gas. .
- It was super hot when we got there but it was worth walking around for hours.
- While out we stopped at Baskin Robbins for ice ...
I know you all think life on the road is worry free...so did I until I really got on the road! The travel part is mostly good; the other parts of life that intrude are what adds reality back into our daily life. Since I last wrote on this TravelPod, two dog-related issues have taken up some of our time. The first one of some interest involves our all-breed Lake Minnetonka Kennel Club. Two of our newer members hit the ...
... along with minor league games. One facility in Phoenix has 17 diamonds. Who could imagine football clubs doing something similar? Tonight he was more interested in how far I lived from the queen, how much I followed Downton Abbey and which stately homes I'd been to. The accent was worth listening to, even if the subjects were hokey, and he looked very well for someone born in the early 50s. Eventually I left the younger guests playing ...