Courtyard Phoenix North / Happy Valley
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... we wonder how their lives must be.
We stop for an impromptu tour of the immense Glen Canyon damn on the Colorado River. We are warned that we mustn’t say words like bomb or terrorists and take a lift 600 feet down to the base of the damn where 30 foot concrete walls hold back the water. As a result of the detour we arrive at the Canyon in the dark and a strange pink glow in the sky is all that tells us there is something out of the ordinary waiting to be ...
... about it, probably wasn't the best idea). The sun started to set behind the stage, so each minute that past gave us another few centimetres of glorious shadow to stand in, and by the time ETID stormed the stage (for an absolutely brilliant set complete with a stage invasion from about 30 fans) we were basking in the shade. They promised they'd be at their merch booth to hang (something basically all the bands at Warped Tour seem to do) so Kelsey and I took the chance to catch ...
... Sports Complex, the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners
7. Phoenix Municipal Stadium, the Oakland Athletics
8. Scottsdale Stadium, the San Francisco Giants
9. Surprise Recreation Campus, the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers
10. Tempe Diablo Stadium, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
... so I can be out of here at 6:30 am. Mostly I was on the computer trying to get the messages down to 45!!!! I had a guy come by to talk about painting the front patio while I am gone, so that should be done when we return! I hosed the front windows - the rain and dust happened the day after I finally got them washed! I am all packed - suitcase weighs 49.4 lbs. I can take my coat out if needed. I think I am ready and have to be up at 5:30 tomorrow and the taxi will pick me up at 6:30 - Boston - here I come!
... retro 1950's style, got to see my Mom and Dad given their due respect from kids they knew that had become grown men and women, felt the generosity of my beautiful sister, and saw my own country...this big, wide, open, wondrous, mysterious land...with people who genuinely understand the meaning and importance and preciousness of freedom.
In the words of Keith Urban, "Who gets to be me?"