Red Roof Inn Phoenix North - Bell Road
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... how things would work out for us if we were more relaxed about it. So we stayed an extra night, loaded up on supplies and decided to go with our original plan of heading to Sedona next. We still weren't sure where to stay or what to do so we thought we would just drive to Red Rock State Park and work out the details there. We were still disappointed in ourselves for being so indecisive, but also hopeful that we would get better at this as we went along, so off we went.
... yellow arrow we both knew that is was indeed time to have our first In-N-Out burgers of 2014. In fact it would be a first for our trip as In-N-Out is only out west and we had not had any since we left. (Such tortured lives we live)
Spent most of the day chatting, relaxing in the sun or on the couch, not a bad way to spend the day. Mel and I took Dallas and Taz out for a fairly lengthy walk. I was in charge of the ...
... in the town of Casa Grande for my final “taste of Tucson” at the local Eegee’s location, where I picked up my lunch of an Original grinder and a half-strawberry/half-lemon Eegee, and of course I proudly posted the pic and description on my FB. Predictably (if you read yesterday’s update), another one of my Tucson FB correspondents immediately chimed in with HER favorite ...
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