Motel 6 Phoenix Tempe - Priest Dr - Asu
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... on it, which I was not expecting when I ordered the sampler plate. After gorging, we headed home and attempted to get Baxter to swim in the pool, unsuccessfully. The next day we decided to cut out the Utah portion of our trip in favor of heading straight home. Brian is getting tired of the road and anxious to get home. Jose suggested stopping in Sedona then the Grand Canyon to get our Red Rocks and cool geology fix, so that's where we will head ...
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... Peyton... there's been rousing T-ball games and pumpkin carving.
Mazy has tangled a few times with cactus chasing bunnies and of course. It’s a land mind of stabbing cactus spines and fallen cactus apples out here in the fall. She has learned to tip toe across the ground in a few areas where she has run into stickers, until the bunnies addle her brains and off she goes!
Next week we are going to Rocky Point, Mexico (Puerto Penasco) for a ...
... of Freedom. We found parking and then walked a short distance and found Grandma and then soon met up with Aunt/Uncle. There were numerous bands, vendors, advertisements, kids activities, political booths, information booths, etc. We enjoyed walking through the car display and seeing a Bronco much like the one Greg used to own. I took some "stroll down memory lane" pictures of Greg and the Bronco and then we all walked around the event. We enjoyed a ...
We love the serenity and beauty of the desert park. The RVs are in large spaces with picnic tables and fire pits and are about 100 yards apart from each other. There are nice showers, 50 ams, electric but no dump or internet. Pete has hiked on many of the trails and today he saw a rattler in his path. He got a great video of it! The birding we did in SC hasn't helped us identify the many species here. We need ...