Courtyard Scottsdale Old Town
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... we were spending too much time trying to find something else we decided to go with it and stay there. We’ve learned that short stays are ******* all of us so our hope was that we would find a place to stay for more than a night or two. We pulled into the Deserts Edge RV Park and it had a really nice feel to it. We got a spot right by the playground and basketball court and there were orange trees all around. Iris kept busy collecting the ones that had fallen ...
... and got a signature, we looked at a Motorhome for 595.000 $ - ok it was not too bad looking, only a little bit too big for driving.
We did some test driving in a Mustang and a Ford Super duty, and as a reward got a ride in a Shelby GT, where you nearly **** your pants, because it is so fast.
And we had a lot of fun.
And for sure we also visited the Auction, and on Tuesday, since it was only the ...
... of half jars of salsa remaining.
Last Sunday, one of the Karpetz-side cousins - Melissa came by with her family including a little 3 year old, Jack. WE took Jack to the local Railway park and we finally had an excuse to ride the little train. It was a lovely visit.
On Monday we did a long bike ride with friends from another part of the city. (Marg Kavanagh for those who know her). Good ride, as she and her sister ...
... only adventure anymore-my one chance to ‘sorta camp out’. My one way for a bit of adventure, and I love the space in it and the bed Don built me for it. It is very hard for me to give up this bit of freedom. We went car shopping and first off I have sticker shock! How can any average family afford a new car??? The one I am looking at offers 48 payments of $667 a month!! We looked at a Ford and I felt cramped in it-they had a decent price and tonight is the last ...
... dripping with sweat and bought, paid for, consumed at least a litre of water each. Another kindly gentleman saw how woefully unprepared we were for Phoenix weather, and offered to drive us downtown to our hostel (seriously, nicest guy of all time). We jammed our enormous backpacks into his little Toyota Prius Hybrid and he regaled us with tales of Spain, cycling, and the arty district of Phoenix. I felt terrible about sweating all over his seat, but he ...