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Woke up with a fuzzy head, drank lots of coffee and spoke to the folks and Edna. Anthony suggested that we should have a Corona to help our heads, so we did. We met another guy here who has a car so we went into Phoenix and went to some bars, one in fact was Alice Coopers bar, very cool. The hard rock café was also good, loads of ...
... just try to fit in. A coupe of quiet individuals as we are surely can pull that off. Nicht?
Tomorrow we'll move down to another favorite CG near Tucson, Gilbert Ray CG. It's near the Sonoran Desert Museum which we really enjoy. The weather is supposed to be taking a chilling turn for the worse, so we'll need electricity to keep us "toasty." Gilbert Ray has that.
Again, Danke for stopping by and help make our trip a grand ...
... hot to paint. Red and I went to Fry’s for a few groceries, later I went to the bank to deposit some money and to Michaels for some big wooden numbers for the front of the house. I went to the clubhouse to watch a group playing Maj Joong and it is nothing like the computer one that I play- really complicated and confusing! A bit later I headed west to the Firehouse Sub place for this months Geocache get-together. I only knew a few of them, but Scott was one and we ...
We are closing in on home! Today's journey took us to Phoenix, our last over night stop. We hooked back up with I 10 in Las Cruces, NM yesterday. So today's drive is on highway and we made much better time. We entered Arizona, and started to see a lot of highway patrols--lots more than any other state. What is it about Arizona and their police? In Tucson, we stopped at Opa! for a wonderful Greek lunch. Delicious gyros, hummus, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility