Quality Inn & Suites of the Sun Cities
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... texts giving directions, lunch was ready, but evidently we were out of cell phone range and didn't get them until we had arrived. After hugs and handshakes we settled in during the hot Phoenix sun, warmed up, showered, had a couple of glasses of wine and a wonderful lunch. We sat out on their porch in the shade and talked for hours. Chi-Chi although did not take to Cheryl and Mike's dog -Pitty and keeps her distance always wanting ...
I wish I could've taken more photos of the player's party, but I was busy eating my chicken and pasta! I also wish they served non-carbonated drinks, because I had to settle for sparkling juice and I don't like sodas. Gatorade, PowerAde, Vitamin Water, Muscle Milk... you know!
So the three photos here are at the tennis complex at around 8:00pm or so. And I'm the one in the white jacket, my mom is the one in the gray scarf.
... back down the mountain, on the way to Anthem to meet up with Ilene, Ken, and my favorite new best friend, Helen (Ilene's sister). They are staying in a huge home in Anthem, so plenty of room for hangers-on. They fixed a wonderful meal, steak and fish. We are playing golf on Thursday in Scottsdale. Phoenix Open is on this week. Might be fun to go over. Would love to see the 16th hole.
... and sexuality! It was like being there with our grandparents ... lots of tsking and tongue clucking, never mind them not really getting the concept. It was worth a chuckle.
We had bought groceries on Thursday, so on Friday we packed up our 29 foot rolling suitcase and headed north to Sedona. Weather in Sedona is beautiful and we love our RV park. The scenery and town look amazing ... am really excited to be here for the next 10 days.
... with a dust cap that would fit on. We finally found one, but we saw at our next stop that it had promptly fallen off again.Then Roger battled extremely high winds again as we continued on to Surprise. We hit darkness in the middle of construction in the mountainous area around Flagstaff/Sedona, and Roger was exhausted by the time we hugged Gil & Lois around 8 p.m.
We are here in Surprise until Friday, when we head off to Sedona.