Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Chandler - E. Chandler Blvd.
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... people play with him.
We also got to watch the predator feeding where the food truck drives around the park and they stop to through horse meat to the animals. All the animals clearly know that Wednesday three pm is feeding times too as they were all out and waiting. The cats in particular were acting exactly like Fonzie does at four thirty when it’s treat time! You have to time it really well though and run ahead to get the best spots before the truck ...
... Driving driving driving, I sat next to Sein, probably one of the many from my tour group that I will miss lots, and stay in touch with. Sein is from South Korea, studying education and technology in Boston the last year. She was pretty amazed to see my green eyes I had, because in Korea everyone has black hair and brown eyes. Unfortunately for her, a lot of Americans in Boston have brown eyes too. She learnt English In school in Korea, which by the way, runs from ...
... turned in our retirement notices, told our family and friends we were leaving, bought new suitcases, made some reservations and purchased a half dozen travel books. For the next few weeks, we will finish the details of packing and wrapping up our jobs, saying goodbye to friends and family.
Cory was concerned about selling the house and disposing of our 20+ years of accumulated possessions. The reality is that ...
... unfamilar terrain after dark, we turned back after just half an hour. This meant we did not get a good view of the sunset. No matter, we posed next to tall saguaro and were officially in the Arizona desert! I think it is amazing how Phoenix residents have such easy access to the wilderness. This extensive park is actually within city limits!
Hungry, we decided to go straight ...
... wear shops and I chatted with a local certified gunsmith that also entertained the tourists by robbing the train that went to the Grand Canyon on horseback. I asked about the procedures for purchasing guns in Arizona (not for me) and was shocked to find that residents could walk out with a new weapon within 20 minutes and the laws of Arizona allowed such to wear exposed guns without a permit. Welcome to the wild, wild west !!