Tempe Super 8 Motel
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... went to a nice Mexican restaurant/lounge for a few cocktails on the deck. Then stopped at a food store called sprouts that carries organic and gluten-free type foods. Had supper on the driveway by there camper while watching the Olympics in Russia. Later Brenda and I went in search for scorpions using a black light ...
... a dog section and that was good! I wanted a house away from dog noise! Now, suddenly, everyone around us has dogs! I do not think that should have happened. We had planned to go out for a roasted chicken and eat here at home but it is raining and we decided on beans, garlic bread and 3 of the Italian sausages I had put in my suitcase when we came here! A good meal. Tonight we decided to read Dracula outloud—one chapter a night and Phil is reading it. He has read it ...
... Sun Devil Stadium in 1958.
Originally, the letter on Tempe Butte was an 'N', built by Tempe Normal
School's class of 1918. The school changed its name to Tempe State
Teacher's College in 1925, and the 'N' was adapted into a 'T'.
Subsequently, three years later, the school would change its name again
to Arizona State Teacher's College, but the letter 'A' would not appear
on Tempe Butte until 1938. ...
... even though the heat has been turned off for the summer. Fun and I hope I take the time to do this more while I am here. Back home where Phil attempted to pack his pack for his trip home, but did not have everything ready so will do that tomorrow. Later we headed out for dinner at TGIFriday where our friend Ashley was our waitperson. Good cheap food. 3 drinks and 2 dinners with appetizer and dessert for $39. Back home and some wine, computer and TV before bed.
... scoreboard, a little stroll about Mr Roger's neigbourhood was in order. Obviously not all of the related businesses in the area are thrilled to have excited baseball fans parking in their commercial lots. So, if you want to park on the street, arrive early, park wisely and save the $5.00 parking tariff for some non-diet ball yard food. Likewise, avoid a parking ticket and tow!
An alternative to finding parking is to take one of the several close by ...