Hotel Indigo Scottsdale
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... training facility. The Reds development league team was playing the Texas Rangers in the Reds Development team complex. Short visit, but glad we did it. From there to our hotel and laundry await. Dinner at Franco's Italian Caffe. Delicious meal: gorgonzola endive salad, ravioli, and chicken Contadina. Dinner in honor of Dave and Vicki and their trip to Italy! So, tomorrow is Taos, NM! Adios until then, ...
... and snack. There was a Park Station that had some cliff dwellings about 700 years old but since it was the hottest part of the day and quite a steep climb and had bee problems we just looked thru the binoculars.
We continued until the road turned from Route 188 to 88 at the Roosevelt Dam and bridge. The bridge was built around 1985 so that the traffic could continue on Route 188 since shortly down the road which runs next to Apache Lake the road turns to dirt ...
Went for a hike in the Sonoran Desert. Cloudy day but still warm which made for perfect hiking weather. Cool terrain, we were hoping to see some of the animals of the desert but they were all in hiding. Had a tour of downtown Scottsdale on the trolley. Scottsdale seems very high end ...
... Breakfast,do laundry, do all the little things we could think of and hope we didn't forget anything, and almost finished packing. Now just have to worry about what we have forgotten! Phil is swimming and exercising and I am looking for last minute things-move stuff off the patio and carport and check refrig items that will be mold when we return! I am fixing chicken for dinner with the big salad we had from last night and after a game of pool will try to get to bed early. Looks like we should be up by 4:45 for Phil and 6:30 for me!!
... and Gina were home when we got back. They'd opted to watch a movie at home on Gina's huge screen rather than in the theatre. It was snowing heavily when Richard and I returned and now there is a blanket of snow every where not just on the mountain tops.
Richard and I went to visit Frank and Carol Stacy, a couple we met on our first Butterfield & Robinson trip of Krakow to Budapest. They live in Cave Creek, which is very ...