Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Mesa
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... br> On Thanksgiving Day, we all went to Fort McDowell Casino for food, fun and games. Dinner was an extravagant buffet with everything God ever gave man to dine on. Not only was everything delicious, it was hot and plentiful. We said grace, (Eniee, meany, miney, mo. Amen) and tried not to stuff ourselves too much!
After we ate, the girls hit the slot machine, Mike ended up at a three card poker table and I wandered around people watching. Observation: #1 ...
... happy hour afternoons on the beach wall and fish frys should be fun. I know that our Mexican silver vendor, Auggie is looking forward to our visit although he may be a bit disappointed with this years sales. If there are any of you that did want us to pick up some silver jewelry while we are down here, let us know.
OK, thats it for now..........stay in touch, Gerry and Liz.....but please, down here I go by Heraldo.
... it is the best in the country right now! I picked about half of my oranges today-tired of battling with the birds for them! Late afternoon we headed for the PO to mail Valentine’s, then to the rock place, and they no longer sell the white gravel that I want—not sure what to do now but one more place to check. Drove to SanTan for wine, then a stop for Beano (Phil) and milk, then home. Ready for our pool games and dinner at BJ’s. I ...
... snowbirds Norma & Steve here in Arizona. I worked with Norma at SGI – she was at our Moose Jaw branch. They were in Tempe this week, so they joined us for supper and a campfire on Tues evening. We had a fun visit!
Thursday was shopping day for me. Roger took me to IKEA and a few other furniture/decor stores. And on Friday, we went to the Mesa outdoor Marketplace/Swap Meet. We’ve gone to the big swap ...
... tranquility of any group that dare question his authority. That is exactly what Paul Frienso, a tall handsome outgoing man, did when he ordered him and and a few of his friends to remove their chairs from the sidewalk. “Why” asked Paul? “Who are we bothering?” - How dare would this retired guy from the Boston Globe, a well-known enemy cop newspaper, question the authority of a state agent - Rancid’s power extended over everything ...