Courtyard By Marriott Scottsdale North
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... actually melted into one another in the process of expension.
Scottsdale began as a small farming community when Rhode Island banker Albert G. Utley sub-divided the 40 acres of virgin desert land into town lots in 1894.
Today, the city is a vibrant tourist destination especially for wealthy American tourists and people from the North-Eastern regions who have retired. Scottsdale houses many high ...
... way about 10:30—Still hot out. This was not the best motel but the bed was comfortable. Cookies and a banana for breakfast. Gassed up, again. On and into Oregon and still hot temps. I drove as far as Prineville and Red had suggested I call his x-wife Elaine, so I did and ended up at her place. We hit it off right away and had a ball! She is fun and funny and serious too. A drink, out to dinner, back and another drink and she suggested I not drive anymore ...
... skin wrapped around some tree limbs. I think they are some sort of insulated fiberglass - and sealed to keep everything out. It would be different.
Next, into Winslow, AZ in search of a corner. I've been here before but they now have a cool US66 logo built into the road. The addition of a rebuilt flatbed Ford is also a nice touch. In the picture, many may think I am telling Jackson ...
... were several tiny, babies. What a great experience it must have been!
We got back to camp and per Runkeeper, on the phone, we had covered 5.53 miles. No wonder we were bushed! Earlier, as we hiked, I asked Lynn what she was thinking about. She said that she was trying to decide whether to make ham sandwiches with smoked cheddar or Swiss cheese for our lunch meal... A nice distraction, for sure... Whatta gal, she is.
We decided ...
... about Tom, one of the Peels' friends. Tom is a prominent fixture in everyday Park life; some refer to him as “the Mayor” since everyone seems to know him!
Dolores, Tom, Dave, Aileen, Lindsey and Ben enjoying the lights and nativity displays at the Mormon Tabernacle Church
The lights at the Mormom Tabernacle are a sight to ...