Super 8 Goodyear/Phoenix
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... held up extremely well, other than the fuse box covers flying off both bikes. George needs a new set of tires and both bikes will require oil changes, but that was to be expected. Weather was colder and wetter at times than we expected, but over all it was a trip of a lifetime for both of us. Total Km's rode over 16 days: 6730 plus 520 km by ferry for a total of 7250 in over 3 provinces and 13 states. Thanks for reading ...
... playing the guitar music that they wrote. Saul is self taught and good. Just a great night. We had parked at the Y and taken the trolley to the Copley and later Wendy took Nick, a lady who works at the Y and us to our homes/car.
Oct 26th Friday-Today was a book signing at Silver Clay on Albion St in Wakefield. Phil gave a bit of a talk and we sold 7 books with only about 12 people attending. When we walked in a lady was waiting with 3 books and left ...
... outfield fences.
Goodyear has an excellent seating configuration, unblemished sight lines and comfortable seats with backs. The seating arrangement is quite intimate. As a comfortable and modern complex, Goodyear is a great place to spend a warm and sunny afternoon watching both aspiring and seasoned professionals throw, hit and chase down fly balls.
The playing field faces northeast with the only covered stands along third base in front of the players dugout. A ticket to ...
... hot dog and beans night, followed by strawberry cheescake from dinner a couple of nights ago. We had ordered a DVD of the movie Lili-an oldie that Phil had always loved. Well, we started to play it and found it is only a soundtrack-no movie--and we had our popcorn ready and were ready to relax and watch this for the evening. I emailed the company--we ordered the movie, not the music!
March 4th-Sunday- Sausage and egg day-- a good start to a day. ...
... br> June's Comments:
Yup, we've hit the road again! With a blast from the airhorn we're speeding down the blacktop, the radio is playing a new two-stepper called "I want you to love me like my dog does, Baby". Jim asks me, "If your wife and your dog are locked out of the house, which one will you let in first?" Answer, "The dog - at least he'll stop yippin'". God, if I die, please don't send me to redneck Heaven....
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking