Residence Inn Phoenix Glendale
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... s for pie, but settled for apple bread and actually would recommend that instead of pie. As we left, a women came out to ask about our dogs. She was joined by her husband and another couple, all from Quebec. They traveled in two rather luxurious buses, both towing Jeeps. During our conversation, one of them mentioned that he had sold his park model trailer in Mission, TX. While there, someone had found an abandoned litter of six ...
... around 11- I had things to do today and he was delaying them. Finally he was up and had to order him to shower so we could go for haircuts. He was to get his hair, that now goes to middle of his back, cut short and beard that goes almost to his waist cut short, but he was out of my sight while getting it cut-and when I saw him I was ******! Trimmed up the hair evenly, still LONG, and beard just shaped and still LONG! I was happy with my cut though. Next stop to ...
... took a tour with me and had a great time talking about the canyon and other things in general and after we got back, he gave me a $100 tip (1st time for that), I get tips all the time but that was a 1st for me, so that was pretty exciting. A few other things I have been doing, took a ride in a helicopter over the canyon (which was pretty exciting), got a different view from ...
Sunday we spent time with Carolyn’s Aunt Nancy and Uncle Ron. Carolyn last visited ten years ago and they seem to have aged little. Must be the clean New Mexico air.
Carolyn took Ray and Cash on a tour of her old haunts from her high school days. As might be expected with the passing of more than 40 years, a lot has changed. What was once desert and dirt tracks is now strip malls and six lanes of traffic. The simpler life has been paved over.