Fairfield Inn Phoenix North
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... an end with a sign that said gravel road for the next 28 miles. You would think Google maps would have mentioned this but obviously not. Given the paved road was narrow, very twisty and even had a couple of single lane bridges we decided to turn around. As it turns out this was a good thing. On the return trip we decided to stop in Tortilla Flats for lunch at the Superstition Saloon. We had their awesome Killer Chile in a Bread Boule while sitting ...
... excellent, all the singers were great. It was fun to see Canada's premier opera house too, only about 8 years old. We had a nice dinner at a schnitzel restaurant near Cris's condo and after collecting our suitcases, headed by taxi to our airport hotel. A good choice to stay there as the storm was ramping up and roads already slippery. Monday morning, still heavy snow and wind and Derry was ...
... kitchen set up in the boot and had been painted by a graffiti artist from LA. It didn't take too long to get used to driving on the right (wrong) side of the road and we were soon out of Sin City and back out into open spaces.
We spent the night in a carpark in a town called Kanab and woke up with a flat battery which delayed our trip for half a day. It was a nice town to pass time in though with a cheap cafe and op shop. We were also ...
... 1 draft pick, Brittney Griner, Team USA and ex-College team mates Sue Bird (SEA) and Diana Taurasi (PHX) which was awesome :) they are both masters of their trade!
Really great to be able to seem them play live!
Coupled with that there are a few of my favs including DeWanna Bonner (she is a wirey post who has super human strength and knack for scoring), she is as lean as she looks but all the strength as i mentioned! :) , Candice Dupree, Seattle's ...
... get a camera's eye view of activity that was shown on a small monitor and listen through headphones. It wasn't as exciting as watching all of the off-camera goings on, but it was more interesting in that we could hear more of the direction from Paul between takes. I think we've ended up with a better appreciation of the movie making process. When filming stopped for lunch we took ourselves off to do a bit of sightseeing. First ...