Howard Johnson Mesa Gilbert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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When I arrive in AZ I finally get to see Jeremy again! He was working down there to make extra money before our trip. We decided that I would fly down and we would drive across the west coast up to Seattle to see our family, then fly out of Seattle. I arrive and holy **** it's ridiculously hot! We cover each other in kisses; gross I know ;) then head to the truck. Climbing in I tell him to turn on the AC. He replies laughingly "don't have ...
... caught in the Renaissance traffic-about 4 miles of under 20 mph! And then we passed their entrance and traffic thinned out. Arrived in Superior and had to park a long ways away—Lots of people here today and that is good. They had a good sized amusement center and lots of rides. We visited Willa at the Copper Gecko – both Gary and Sharon found a treasure there. I tried to watch the mining contest, but everyone else was bored so I had to give it ...
... check on some gravel but nothing I wanted so bought a agave plant and came home. I biked the entire park again today—Later to BJs for dinner-Melody always remembers what we drink and what we want for food-she is good. Home to watch some Olympics.
February 14th-Friday and Valentine’s Day – Phil had a bad night sleeping, but I had a great one-maybe the new thyroid meds are going to help! Phil walked to and from the ...
... them to avoid the whole sordid event from happening in the first place. The troopers were a good lot, often walking or riding by exchanging civilities with the friendly group. One of them even remarked that for every conversant that was taking up space on the sidewalk it was one less place for a gang-banger to go. He saw it as a healthy sign. So did the 376s – they appreciated the enormous contribution the officers were making in behalf of their ...