SpringHill Suites Phoenix Glendale
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... called it a night.
Feb 7, Saturday – We met up with our friends Mike and Donna Kuper for lunch at an old quaint place called Greasewood Flats in the outskirts of Scottsdale. Greasewood Flats is housed in a 130 year old bunkhouse and has been around since 1975 serving hearty hamburgers and beer to cowboys, bikers, and tourists. It has a large outdoor area with picnic tables and lots of old farm equipment.
Donna and Mike are ...
... x" amount of time and pays for the privilege. This year, starting a week or so ago, she can open up the line twice a week for about an hour each time. Last year, that happened in the middle of the night as I recall; this year, it's late afternoon. I'm thinking she prefers the latter.
The three of us did a lot of visiting and some running around. It was nice to be able to just let life flow with and around us. Thanks ...
... from the GPS, we decided to buy a paper map. Easier said than done! After a search in several servos, we located a usable road map. We hit the highway, heading out through the massive urban sprawl of LA. Driving through the desert with the sun on me brought on a catnap, which was very pleasant. It seemed like the highway was largely populated by trucks and massive RVs towing 4 wheel drives. We stopped off lunch at a Carl Jnr store, grabbing burritos and burgers. Gary was very ...
... hiring a Chevrolet Camera convertible, awesome car!!! Of course, another convertible and bright yellow! I'm the only one who can drive it but that's fine by me. We got lost trying to find home and went through some seriously dodgy places. People ****** on drugs everywhere, it was like a scene out of a film. Finally found home and chilled.
That evening a dude called Lee checked in, ...
... the Oakland (OAK) 165 degree radial, then climb to 2,100 feet and direct to the Woodside (OSI) VOR. Ground control had to read it to me so I’ve written it here for future reference if I ever fly south out of KSJC again.
The weather was nice heading south over Salinas and the San Joaquin valley, but I stayed with the IFR clearance, with a routing that periodically changed as I proceeded south. North of Los Angeles it was a bit bumpy, and ...