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... Then to the Greek for dinner and good as usual. February 8th-Friday-Up early to another cool day, but nothing like back east- The snow has started and we watched the Weather Channel all day! The East coast is getting a historic snow storm/blizzard! It started snowing mid-morning and by midnight many places had 18 or so inches and it will continue till tomorrow afternoon-Record in Boston is 27.4 inches. Phil walked to the bank today and them swam and did his workout. I called ...
... city was a challange we could not miss. The highest point of Tempe Butte stands at 1,496 feet (456 m) in
elevation, while its base is approximately at about 1,000feet , recent alterations include two water tanks on the south flank of
the butte, giving us access to the
manmade structures at the top with good views onto the east side of the butte which was partially excavated
in order to accommodate the ...
Lottery fever claimed the city of Phoenix today. In fact, it claimed the attention of nearly everyone in the USA. The eight states that were NOT selling tickets were Alabama, Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Mississippi, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. Nevada? Go figure.
The stories were thick and heavy on the news. Sad tales of winners of the past, lives ruined by too much money come too fast; ...
... beyond the left field wall are added to the equation. There is no accessibility in terms of taking a 360 degree tour about the stadium like you can in most of the other ball parks.
Since the stadium is just a few minutes drive southeast of the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, access to the stadium is rather easy. Taking I-10 from the north, exit onto 48th Street, continue south until Alameda Drive, turn left and, voila, the southwestern facing stadium facade ...
... of this man's dream and journey. The man's name was Bruce ... Bruce Brimacombe.
His story is vast (area 51, investment banking, internet/software guru, theosophy, quantum physics, exchange students, Atlas-Shrugged, entrepreneur extraordinaire ...) and I hope to write about it someday in perfect John Irving-esc form, but for now I will just paint a 12" x 12" study of our journey!
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