Days Inn and Suites Surprise
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... the surrounding landscape or 12, 635 feet above sea level.
At Flagstaff, we headed south on Interstate 17. We knew we were at about 7,000 feet and looked forward to getting to a lower elevation and warmer temperatures. The wind and cold had taken its toll on us and we were ready to again be comfortable.
As we crossed the 3,000 foot elevation line we saw our first Sonoran Cactus. At first they were sparse then gradually increased ...
Trying to warm up my mom at the parking lot dust bowl patch of stones and dirt, I leapt out of sync for a volley and had to gracefully ease myself into a fall onto the bases of my hands, using the grip of the racket in my hand as landing abrasion matter. So since it started raining shortly thereafter, we could afford to buy first aid items from the nearby CVS and, she ended up winning her match later in the day! What ...
... clad "broad" (Gil's words, not mine). Gil was talking about buying the bike (it went for $17,000), keeping the "broad", and then re-selling the bike. That's a lot of broad. ;o)
On Thursday, Gil & Roger went to an NHL game - Phoenix Coyotes vs. Vancouver Canucks. Score: Phoenix 1, Vancouver 0. They said it was a pretty slow game, but fun to do nonetheless. While the boys were away at the hockey game, Lois and I headed out to see the ...
... was the same as in Regina. Boo!! That was a lot of driving for no benefit! However, the difference is that while the night-time temps hover around 0 C, the daytime highs are worth the effort. With no eating establishments within walking distance, and not wanting to unhook the trailer, we pulled out some canned soup from our supplies. Frozen solid. :oP
Our fourth day on the road would be our last for a few days, if all went according to plan. We ...
... bought park models to stay seasonally. In addition to regularly playing cards, both Miss Peggy and Jimbo have been very busy playing bocce ball, shuffleboard, and hanging in the pool playing volleyball. Miss Peggy is also taking a basketweaving class - but said that her baskets don't "go right" and don't look like baskets. She's also taking ceramics and pottery. Jimbo has ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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