Courtyard Scottsdale North
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Since we didn't have seats, just the lawn, I found a spot in the shade, standing next to left field foul post on fence sighting down 3rd base line. must have been 100+ yards from pitcher. 40-150 with 1.4x and had full focus so at 420mm FF. used f4 to get high speed at 1250 ISO 200. found below 800 speed was blurry because he has such fast movement and moves a long way in his pitching style. this is ...
... and more. We were there nearly five hours and saw only about half of the displays before the museum announced it was closing for the day.
December 24th - the past few days have been fairly quiet – cycling a few miles in any direction around the RV Resort. Right across the street there is a very nice housing development called Mountain Brook built around a golf course of the same name. The homes in the development are all under ten years old and the entire ...
... hike from the campground on the multitudinous trails available here. We've been doing about three miles or so before it heats up. It's been in the mid-nineties and we are really enjoying it. We've seen enough snow and cold, as you can probably imagine. The cactus flowers are extremely beautiful this year, due to the good rains that the desert has received this past winter. We've seen colors that are new ...
... glare, the bombs bursting in air” were sung during the American National Anthem at the opening game of the new Cubs Park in Mesa.
- Seeing Rider fans (and hearing “Go Riders”) at the games, including Rider fans sitting in the seats beside us.
- Game 1: Knowing that baseballs chase my head like a heat-seeking missile, seeing Roger come charging up the stairs to find me after a foul ball ...
... and down those hills in the heat and high altitude - I want to make it Scottsdale after all. The natural petrified bridge was kind of neat though. It's still held in place with a concrete support underneath or my guess is that it would look like several of the others - a string of pieces but you could tell that it was all one piece at one time. Finally, in one of the last pull outs on the ...