Travelodge Suites Phoenix Mesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8! We got home at 9:30! Checked a few things and went to bed.
March 13th Thursday—Up sort of early and by a bit after 11 we were on the road to Seligman on old Route 66 here in Arizona. Arrived just after three and Reinhardt and Mike welcomed us. A quick town walk and back to unpack in the Elvis room. Later dinner at Lilo’s where we had good food but a lousy waitress. Didn’t know the menu, brought several ...
... the area between our home and the one next door, ran across the road and out of sight behind Red’s house!
February 17, 2014-Monday-Presidents Day. I did some work on my ‘yard’ this morning and see that I will need MANY more sacks of rocks. Says a sack will cover 3 sq foot area to a depth of 2+ inches-----what a laugh! I have used 2 bags to 1 inch depth in that amount of space!! This is going to take me a long time! Rode my ...
... sidewalk at this time because they knew that Rancid came on at 2:00 PM.) A friendly cop provided them with this tad of information.
Rancid would just have to play a waiting game and at the right time - POW! He would strike and arrest these guys for obstructing the sidewalk and violation of Rule 35, “failure to obey the reasonable demands of a police officer,” an outdated and archaic rule of the defunct Metropolitan District Commission ...