Extended Stay America - Peoria
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... short in order to avoid the rush hour back to Mesa.
It is always a delight to visit with Uncle Eldon and Aunt Dorothy. Uncle Eldon is a master story teller and always has something to talk about. Aunt Dorothy is a fountain of family history information and I learn something new about the family at every visit.
On this visit I found out that Grandpa Kraft and Uncle Joe worked the ...
... those ideas for clients, but only reluctantly. We stopped at a Target and bought a Scrabble game, spent the afternoon by the pool and had Chalupas for supper with the leftover chicken. The Scrabble game was very close, but Doreen pulled ahead of me at the end and Derry played the Q which brought him into second place, this after I had lead from the first ...
... just how nice a neighbourhood this is, and into Encanto park, only 500m from the hostel. It's a small park but has a golf course as well, with the delineation between course and park not always clear to me. I'm fairly sure I did some low level trespassing, at any rate, as I ended up on a trail that was separated from the park section by a low fence, on the other side of which was a sign saying "no trespassing". But no one was golfing to care. Reading: Bart Yasso, My Life on the ...
... hockey tourney, then a 4th guy from NY joined in early also. Nice guys and fun to play with.
After that, searching for outdoor dining, we came up empty until we found a place basically next door to the hotel. Its name was Bobby Q's (specializing in.....Barbeque), making us 2 for 2 in visiting Phoenix restaurants with cutesy names mimicking their cuisine (recall Aunt Chilada's from last night).
Bobby Q's also ...
... remain on the stage during the ceremony. That meant we had to look our absolute best, since we had 150 people watching our every move.
The Friday night rehearsal dinner was followed by an “out-of-towner” party hosted by the bride’s parents. Both events went well, and the Desert Mountain house was a perfect venue – huge patio framing a dazzling desert sunset, followed by the twinkling lights of Phoenix in the distance. Plenty of food and drink ...