Courtyard Scottsdale at Mayo Clinic
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... the question. I went for a quick tour of the Arizona State University campus in Tempe. The campus itself is not super impressive, but the students all seemed to be happy. There are 80,000 students that attend some kind of campus at Arizona State, so there are a lot of students here. Obviously there are a lot of things I want to see in Arizona like Bisby, Tucson and the Grand Canyon, but those will have to be another ...
... expect from a museum. The concept was brilliant. On entry you are given a set of wireless headphones and as you approach each display you would see and hear musicians playing the actual instruments you were looking at. In the Artists Gallery were the music, videos, and instruments of some of music’s legendary artists. The collection has over 15,000 musical instruments of which 6,000 are on display at any time. The upstairs galleries were of North America, Latin America, ...
... darkness was a bit of a challenge, but with my new lenses it worked.
Yesterday we drove to the Turf Paradise horse racing track and met up with the gang for an afternoon of entertainment. No one really won any significant purses, but we had fun. There were nice clouds and the view from the air-conditioned area was fine.
Oh, I didn't mention that each morning Lynn and I have been ...
... Talking Stick, Scottsdale.
Attendance at these games was way more than we expected (10,300 at the Wed game; 14,830 at the game on Thur, 9,300 on Sun). Traffic, parking, getting tickets were all challenges. But we had great weather and good games. Here are some highlights:
- Seeing a vintage fighter plane formation flyover at the first game, and fireworks synced to explode when the words “and the ...
... ancient glyphs from early tribes. Sorry, I gave the phone all the zoom she had but trust me, the early form of communication was cool to see. Further South, were the TePee Mountains with the colored bands of minerals and sediments. Then finally some of the petrified trees. Big chunks laying on the valley floor - big deal. They were big but far away with no access to them - not that I would ...