Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Scottsdale - North
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... cars in his lifetime, and was the sort of man who didn't fuss if he couldn't afford something. He got it anyway. Actually he seemed to get whatever he wanted in a rather arrogant way.
When he had glass put in the sitting room, he refused to move the flowerpots, so the glaziers had to cut round them, so the pots now poke through the windows.
He had a wife or three, and mistresses too; but there was a mysterious happening at his Wisconsin home when ...
... I did offer my services but Paul thought that my goatee beard might not be feminine enough for the character that he has in mind. Pam and I were invited onto set this morning to watch Jen in action. We were both amazed at the number of crew involved and the amount of activity that goes into shooting one scene. It was really interesting, We were there for about three hours to see them shoot a scene that will last 2 minutes in the finished movie. The attention to ...
We spent most of the day in the Standrings' splendid infinity pool, and with much assistance from John (and his PA) and Suzanna we tracked down an RV garage in Scottsdale, about 40 mins from the house. John and I took care of the getting the vehicle to the repair shop (the thermometer in the RV read 133F) so I rather enjoyed the ride back ...
... days that you never forget and hope to recreate everyday you huff your pack to the rock! Our day to the Homestead was one of these days!
Unloading Ross' sweet Toyota Tacoma
The band of adventurers met us off the side of road in Queen Creek, a loaded, silver Toyota Tacoma with a lift kit and sick tires! The cab didn’t fit all of us, so ...
... I read the travel tips on Rick's website! I laid out all of the things I wanted to take and organized them, then I tried to fit them in my bag... Once I realized my bag was a) super heavy and b) way too full, I started to peel out the things that were luxuries.
Unfortunately, Rick says to pack your bag only 3/4 of the way full so you have room for incidentals that you pick up... but if I take anything else out of my bag I won't have any pants! haha. My ...