Fairfield Inn Phoenix North
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... lake at the top (see pics). Before heading home, we stopped for dinner at "Montis" in Tempe. Also, a place I had been for dinner in 1982. Awesome steak and very cool building.
On Thursday we drove to Cave Creek and Carefree, north of Scottsdale. Had dinner at Pinnacle Peak, also a restaurant from the past. Great time.. Also a steak dinner. Yummy.
Sunday we headed out in the morning. In the ...
... is blessed ;) with two Australian players and an Australian head coach :) So while i wanted the Storm to win, i was pleased for my very wonderful hosts in Keegs' friends (& I now classify them mine too! :)) Marsha, Stacey and Mike, Phoenix Mercury season ticket holders, that the Merc got the win!
But anyway, back to the aussies!
Penny Taylor has this season returned from an extended lay off with injury and is really beginning to really find some ...
... purchase of trinkets and souvenirs.
We headed back toward Phoenix and on to Glendale, site of the University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
The pre game party was fun with all the food and activities but by this time Judy was coming down with the same illness that hit me before we left Houston. By game time we were both feeling fairly rotten.
The game ...
... disappeared into Mexico.
We had a short list of tasks to get through that should have taken a busy day. By the time I had plotted a novice's course between our stops it took a full day to complete half the list, and I still needed to change Elephant's engine and final-drive oil. In the end, our administration, a little tourism and a little socialising with some old and new friends located in Phoenix consumed three very busy days. Our friends Ken and ...