Sleep Inn Mesa
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... Calgary) and I did potatoes and an orange/walnut salad. Some red wine and cheladas were consumed and we had a great time catching up with Roy and Fran.
After they left, we sat down to watch some TV and found that the front TV in the motor home doesn't work anymore. YIKES!
First world problem - one of the TV's in our motor home doesn't work anymore!
... With all systems go, we will be loading up the trailer on Tuesday and Wednesday and heading up to Mike and Sarah Brandt's on Thursday for the 4th and then it's off to Vegas to ...
... Back to the room for a while-then a walk around the town-an annual ritual for us. Later off to the RoadKill café. We were not happy with last nights place so tying this one. The bartender was lousy and the food was so-so. We did meet and talk with a truckdriver who lives near here. Turns out his family came from OKLA during the dust bowl a year before my birth family. Then found out he had lived his school years in Monmouth area in Oregon where ...
... the correct turn and down the primitive road to the cemetery. But things change and this was one. About a bock before the cemetery ran into a fenced in area with a steel gate! Just inside this was a tribute gravestone to Matty Blaylock Earp – this is far from the site where the memorial has always been. We had to walk a block or so to the old parts, that are still viewable. My cache is outside the well fenced area and now you have to walk back out ...
... sidewalk at this time because they knew that Rancid came on at 2:00 PM.) A friendly cop provided them with this tad of information.
Rancid would just have to play a waiting game and at the right time - POW! He would strike and arrest these guys for obstructing the sidewalk and violation of Rule 35, “failure to obey the reasonable demands of a police officer,” an outdated and archaic rule of the defunct Metropolitan District Commission ...