Hampton Inn & Suites Goodyear
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... it was enough as it was the first time we golfed in a few months. We managed to play decent enough to not embarrass ourselves. We had met this couple at a park function last Thursday night, a Rib cookout, ribs, beans, potato salad, buns, etc. for $10 a person, pretty good deal and great ribs. We even brought ribs home for leftovers the next night.
Yesterday we went to an Arizona ...
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This is the beginning of our 6 weeks of travel for our 50th Anniversary.
We started early from Surprise, AZ, went to Kingman, AZ, Las Vegas, NV, Mesquite, NM, Provo, UT, Salt Lake City and arrived in Park City, UT. A total of 636 miles in about 11 1/2 hours. We had a great travel day with no problems. It was a busy day, so not many pictures. Will get more in Park City, UT.
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... filed altitude of 9,000 feet got pushed up to 11,000 feet to get over terrain (but no icy clouds this time). After being pushed around a bit to avoid LA-bound traffic, I finally got vectored onto V64/V16 for a straight route east to Phoenix for a VFR approach and landing at KGYR.
Goodyear airport is southwest of Phoenix and a good place to go if you’re just looking for a quick stop for fuel or an overnight. It avoids most of the busy ...
Tomorrow the whole family is setting off for a big adventure starting in Phoenix, AZ. It is supposed to be between 100 and 110 degrees F. Well, they say it is a dry heat. I guess we will find out. Even dry heat will fry an egg won't it?
We will pick up a 28 foot RV and head ...