Quality Inn & Suites of the Sun Cities
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... buttons to access screws and get up underneath so Bob was able to remove the bolts and unhook the TV. We took some iPad photos of the way it was wired in before we disconnected everything.
This afternoon we went golfing with Fran and Roy. We played nine holes and then had some food and drinks at the clubhouse. It was a beautiful day, quite hot.
Tonight we went to ...
... 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.
... town of Jerome, way up on top of a mountain (Mile High - 5280 feet). Jerome has a really interesting history - founded by mining company, who mined copper and other metals there until 1953. At the turn of the century, Jerome was called "The Wildest Town in America" by Eastern newspapers. There are still a lot of bars and restaurants, now geared towards tourists. Apparently, all ...
... up for auction before we actually went into the auction area for a couple of hours.
One of the most notable vehicles for us was a 1956 F1 truck that Shannon Tweed and Gene Simmons got restored and then donated to the auction, with the proceeds going to the Saskatchewan Children's Hospital Foundation. It sold for $450,000!!!! Pretty cool. Here's the link to more information and a video of the actual auctioning of the truck. ...