Phoenix Marriott Mesa
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... damaged the insulation and wire.
Over a few days Sabino, Jim & Connie help dig a new 12” deep trench now 160 ft long to go around the pool, gazebo, tree’s and other plants… We installed a PVC underground approved waterproof conduit that’s one size larger… So that we can easily pull the strands of wires needed to make the repair… ...
... Our last stop was to Goldfield Ghost Town. Goldfield was created by the discovery of gold in the area in 1892. The town grew to population of 4,000. By late 1897 the gold mines had played out and the people moved out leaving a ghost town. Several years later when the mines were opened a mill and cynaide plant were installed reviving the town. It was named Youngberg. The mines once again played out and the town was deserted. In ...
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... and the room was hot so turned on the air conditioner and it did not work. Called Carol and she was unconcerned. Would offer no solutions, though later we did get a small fan that was useless. Later found that the AC had not worked for a bit and she was aware of it and did not tell us when we arrived. She said a repair man was coming in the morning so we suffered through the night with very little sleep.
Next morning Carol assured ...
... glare, the bombs bursting in air” were sung during the American National Anthem at the opening game of the new Cubs Park in Mesa.
- Seeing Rider fans (and hearing “Go Riders”) at the games, including Rider fans sitting in the seats beside us.
- Game 1: Knowing that baseballs chase my head like a heat-seeking missile, seeing Roger come charging up the stairs to find me after a foul ball ...