The Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix
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... of a mine, you just walk through a tunnel and pause as your guide tells you about gold mining. But as I said, Jay was so good that we really enjoyed ourselves.
On the way back I detoured to a comic book store and finally squared funds with Alex by buying him two Avengers graphic novels, and once again had to force myself to not buy anything for myself. I have a bunch back home unread, I must read those before buying any more!
... called Judy and me so we were both talking to agents at the same time. We were tired and a little uptight. Judy had taken a Xanax and Jim kept telling her to take another one. After about 4 hours of standing, we got rebooked on a flight to Miami the next day. We went down to check on our luggage which had already left for Dallas so they gave us a little bag with ...
For the last 2 months of checking out the weather it has been 42, 41, or even 40 in Phoenix but today it is about 31 and cloudy! Not fun! The only thing I am grateful for is that there is no hurricane as that would be scary!
We went down to get our free breakfast we had, complimentary of Trailfinders who we booked the hotel through. It wasn't anything amazing but I love most things free! We got given vouchers which entitled us to a choice of ...
... up there, so it was very peaceful.
For dinner I barbecued some of the salmon from our trip to the Columbia River with Lisa and Rich. This with a mixture of rice and quinoa and a green salad made up our dinner for the evening. A decent fare, if I do say...
Today, Tuesday, we went into town and found a laundromat. The drive took longer than the washing and drying. That's the deal when you hang out in the semi-outback. ...
... about to unravel.
Just about the time he was stuffing Frienso in the police cruiser, crutches and all, Connie Country, Maria Disota , Marjorie Gullino and Professor Marilyn Readalot ended their visit in Maria’s condo unit and descended the beach. They were horrified to witness what was happening to their friends. Connie Country, a classy looking, retired editor for a large Arizona newspaper and travel friend of Vincentric, snapped several ...