BEST WESTERN PLUS Phoenix Goodyear Inn
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... Margaritas (what do you say Susie?)
We are getting ready to head to Las Vegas, we have rented a Condo there for a week the end of the month. On our way up we are going to visit Sedona, Flagstaff, Winslow, (Eagles fans??) The Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam. Our check in is the 23rd so we are leaving here on the 19th (we will stay in motels on the road, leaving the trailer here), on our way back from Vegas we will swing ...
... in the twilight of their rodeo careers, there was one gentleman there that was 78!!! go figure.
So what else has been happening... Well I bought myself a small Quadcopter for something to play with, it is just a trainer and right now I'm learning how to get it up off the ground and into a stable hover. It is equipped with a camera that can take both stills and video so once I can keep it in the air I'll post some videos/pictures ...
... was like. It seems that Daniel thought it was going to be all sand, like the Sahara Desert, but he was surprised that there were lots of rocks, inamongst everything else. We got together for Christmas and then Devin and Nat left the brats with us and took off to Las Vegas for a few days of fun in the sun without the kids trailing along. To pass the time while they were gone, other than swimming in the heated pools, we took the kids to the Phoenix ...
... must have been 100 people, pretty cool. We walked around observing, taking pictures and such, we stopped by one tent as the guy saw my camera and asked us jokingly to take his picture so I did, then we got to talking and they offered us a beer, food, everything, guess that is the way it is there the tailgaters all bring lots of food and are very willing to share, not like a Red/Blacks game..eh!!!!
... Driving driving driving, I sat next to Sein, probably one of the many from my tour group that I will miss lots, and stay in touch with. Sein is from South Korea, studying education and technology in Boston the last year. She was pretty amazed to see my green eyes I had, because in Korea everyone has black hair and brown eyes. Unfortunately for her, a lot of Americans in Boston have brown eyes too. She learnt English In school in Korea, which by the way, runs from ...