Travelodge Casa Grande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... started getting our luggage ready for our flight out the next morning.
We all ended up eating breakfast for dinner to eat up some extra food which the kids both got a kick out of, especially missy though since it never happens at home. :) Eventually it was time for the kids to go to bed though I was still needing to pack. I thankfully got the majority of it done so we wouldn't need too do much before we got up & met up with family for breakfast.
... The printed info says that this is a 2WD road turns into a 4WD road… We come to a creek that crosses the road. We park, unload the Rhino and saddle up… Connie, Jim & Rowdy in our Rhino and Dale & Gail in their Rhino (Babe)… and cross the creek in the Rhino…
We rumble down the ...
... lived… as both farmers and hunter gathers… and how they learned how to build canals to move water for irrigation for their crops…. How they lived… the tools we call art today that they made to store foods…. Woven baskets, pottery for food and water… all of it is preserved ...
We arrived at our appointed shopping center on the north side of Phoenix at 12:30PM. As always, friendships are timeless for me. We picked up our conversation about children and lifestyles without missing a beat. She and John hit it off, of course, and discussed mutual problems surrounding the rearing of children---their genius scores on technology while maintaining minimal communication skills. Hmmmm…..did our parents used to say the same of ...
... http://www.tucsoncactus.org/ is a non profit… it was started a lot of years ago… as I remember 25-30 years ago as a venue to move Cactus off of road expansion, building sights and other locations were they would just get plowed under with road equipment… the Society is contacted by the local road crews, and volunteers go out and remove those that ...