Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Phoenix Chandler
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... 8217;s for spaghetti. Donna has a new gal working tables with her and she seems nice – name of Jenny.
Thursday Jan 22- We bring the fat French bread home from Scuttlebuttes and it is great French toast, though so thick sliced you can barely eat one! Hung around home again. I did clean and organize about 6 cabinets. Later played pool and I won 1 out of 3. Every game so far has been a tie to the last shot! Dinner at JB’s and I had ...
... nicest showers anywhere....its a resort and spa rolled into one.
With 2200 sites it is the largest RV park in Arizona. It also has the largest site we've had so far. Twenty two ft is the minimal size they accept and with it you get a separate stall for parking....all for the low price of $285/week. Liz has already said that once we head back from New Orleans we should come back and stay for a month especially with all the golf in the area.
Started the day off with getting the mini van an oil change. A necessary thing with 2000 more miles to go! Grandma took Margaret out shopping for her birthday. Landry, myself and Kristin went out for lunch at one of my favorite places Someburros. We swam for a while and than headed to see despicable me ...
... Denver, but works all over the world with local communities to develop improved water and sanitation systems. I live in Arizona and volunteer on the AZ Water For People Committee and was nominated and chosen to participate in a Water For People Impact Tour Feb 16-22, 2013. The purpose of the trip is to visit the local communities that Water For People works with in Guatemala and have a chance to visit with the community members to understand the impact of their new systems. I found ...
We left Albuquerque and headed west. We saw the temperature drop to -18 as we passed through the mountains in New Mexico (the elevation was over 7,000ft)!! Driving through the desert we saw these amazing cactus. They are called saguaro and can only be found in the Sonoran Desert. They can grow to 40-60 feet tall and can live for 200 years! WILD!! We arrived in Mesa to +17 with cloudless, blue skies!! Today will be spent unpacking, doing laundry and getting to know our way around our 'new ...