BEST WESTERN Apache Junction Inn
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... for Union Hills to the heart ultrasound. I was an hour early but had brought reading material with me. That done I headed home with a stop at me doctor to try to hurry along the referrals to the lung and brain doctors. And finally at 2 pm I was home. Oh, wouldn’t you know- my printer died- and I ordered another one should be here Thur.
Sept 15th-Tuesday-Up early as Lowe’s is to call between 7 and 8 to give me delivery time. So now it ...
... Desperately trying to roll up my awnings and remove patio furniture only got me whacked in the head by the awning and an over turned table. Of coarse the roofing will have to be repaired before I can begin my Alasaka adventure. Curtis should arrive from Wisconsin later or tomorrow, wow is he in for a surprise.
... markup associated with the furniture value and you may seize a great bargain if you try to haggle. Ensure your prospective home furniture purchase has high quality quality by sorting out a couple of particulars. Have the buttons been effectively sewed on? Does the clip line up properly? When you notice that it isn't the situation, then you should look at other household furniture. Ensure that you purchase children's furnishings that may satisfy your child's ...
... motorhome to our Thousand Trails Preserve near Palm Springs, California, for a week with our friends the Knollenbergs.
So, the year will start out pretty slow, without a lot to post, other than some more beautiful sunsets that we experience here almost every night.
Nevertheless, we hope you'll check in once in a while to see what's new at Pyke's Place!
... left Goldfields and drove along historic Highway 88 through the Tonto National Forest as far as Canyon Lake which is a man made lake formed by a dam upstream. It was quite a pretty lake with lots of boats and ducks. In the time honoured tradition we spent some time feeding the ducks which was a highlight of the day for both the girls and the ducks.
Back at the RV camp we went for a walk around to see the facilities. The girls played in ...