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... left late in both cases, but arrived on time or early, and the bus was 20 minutes late leaving, but arrived on time before 4pm. Phoenix was bathed in sunshine, and a warm 26 degrees for my stroll to the light rail. Walk-rail-walk had seemed simpler than bus-change-bus, and it probably usually would be, but something was interrupting the service such that on one west-bound journey I had to change trains twice. It worked, though, and Camel backpackers came into sight after ...
... as we found it does not cool down in the evenings! It was still in the high 90's by later tonight. We spent a couple hours walking around. We ended up back at the Bronco and did a picture of Greg and Aunt as they reminisced about the hours they spent in the bronco during family jeeping trips. Then everyone was ready to sit and so we found a picnic table to sit at. Everyone was tired and extremely hot. We decided a trip to Culvers for ice cream sounded ...
... It rained last evening but was dry even before we went to bed! Phil did a 3 mile walk today and I did things around the house. It has been cold all day and is supposed to freeze tonight. Needless to say Phil is giving me a bad time about our weather. Later we headed to west Mesa to visit Joe S from Revere Ma, a guy Phil has known for years. He lives in a very nice home and we enjoyed the visit. Later went out to eat at Blue Adobe Grill where I finally had some Mex ...
... It was actually really a cool sight. It was bidding us a farewell from Texas since we were just at the Texas-New Mexico border.
Speaking of borders, once we got back into the car I fell asleep again only for a few hours. I was woken up by border patrol. We had to slow down and drive through but what was funny was how incredibly lax it was. All they asked each car through their rolled down windows was, "Are you American?" We answered yes and were on our way. They didn't ...
... tea and chocolates. Douglas, (my host father) also likes chocolate. I think we will get along! :) I will have to find a couple of gifts for them to bring to Peru! Of course I responded back with a million questions! So hopefully I hear from her again soon.
Hope everyone enjoyed their long weekend and a meaningful memorial day! Take time to make a difference in someones life this summer, it is by far the most rewarding experience.
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