Motel 6 Phoenix Tempe - Arizona State U
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... footnote is that pre-race, Arlene got her photograph with him and upon asking
for his autograph he betrayed the disarming look of a teenager wondering
"Say what? Who me?". Tomorrow the big dogs hit the asphalt for the
Camperworld 500 by which time I might have worked out why one race is billed in
miles and another in kilometres. Hey maybe this is another sneaky Obama attempt
at legacy building. You heard it here first.....America is going metric baby!!!
... right back on your physique. Placing sensible desired goals will assist you to slim down. If you set targets which can be way from your get to (like losing ten pounds in a single 7 days) it will leave you feeling disappointed and such as you can't lose weight, and a lot probably you can expect to quit. Just invest some time whilst keeping an effective mind set. Remove each of the unhealthy foods within your house. When you have easy access to food products that can make ...
... into projects here at the Wallingford Resort as we call it… home comforts are so welcomed! The cactus jelly was made without too many pricklies stuck to us. Elysa, my sister and I burned the stickers off over a flame and Dan cut them into quarters and tossed them into a large pot and cooked 'em til soft…then the usual jelly making process proceeded with output of over 30 half pints. That was fun… next on the agenda: applesauce …2 cases of Fiji ...
... girls another opportunity and then our hour was up. It was definitely time to get back into a cool room.
Grandma went home and we relaxed in the cool hotel room for a bit when we decided it would be fun to cook an egg on the sidewalk. You always hear how people do this and we decided 118 temperature was the day to give it a try. Greg went to the store and bought eggs and a spatula and we headed outside to try our cooking. We first tried the egg on ...
... store, an ice cream store with delicious gelatos (we had salted Carmel!) and a restaurant. The surfaces in the restaurant are completely covered in dollar bills and currencies from 67 countries. The place was packed so we had brought in our guide books and expected to wait. Within 5 min we had cold Superstition lager in frosty mason jars! The food was excellent and was too fast to do any reading. Just ...