Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Scottsdale - Old Town
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... and we had a little difficulty finding it on the way back down to the trails on the back side of the mountain. As we were walking along an innocuous path some of the screed finally shot out from under my foot and I took a little spill leaving some skin and my dignity on the very sharp rocks. Bloodied but not bowed, I am now sporting several band-aids and bruises on my leg and hand.
December 30th, Dan’s 64th today! I am waiting around for the RV ...
... given him a very special NY Rangers hat at the end of the summer, but he decided to leave it at home. So, now, he has another hockey hat.
And as we were driving to Scottsdale, we FINALLY saw the big Sonoran cacti that Paul had been promising the kids since we entered Arizona. They really are incredible plants.
When we pulled up to the Westin Kierland Resort, we were reminded of an old Visa commercial where the couple pull up to an uber ...
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... thing, added about 100 more pictures to it, so we watched it and talked tonight. Temp was 2 when we went to bed.
January 4, 2014-Saturday-Blue sky and 1 degree this morning at 9am. We need to shop today for a few things before heading to AZ. We have several people to see before we leave too and only 9 days to get everything done. We did some things around town-bought me a new mouse as I guess I left mine in the hotel! Headed north to play, with the car, in some ...
... edge as her fear of heights would prevent us travelling more than 10 miles an hour and the white knuckles gripping the streets wheel were enough to scare me. A quick swap and a few pictures and we continued through a winding mountain road, where all I was subjected too was continual screaming about cliffs, speed limits, and I think at one point genuine tears of fear. At this point we had to make a decision cancel the Apache Trail or continue an hope it wasn't too steep a ...