Knights Inn Fairground-Phoenix
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... bring in chairs, one bottle of water, a camera and that was about it.
During the earlier part of the day, the wind was not a factor, but the minute 3:00 came a wind storm came up and the flags were out straight and the dust was covering the runway. Oh great!
They waited a half hour and just as soon as the wind came up, it stopped abruptly and we had a great display of precision flying. It turned out to be a great day.
Enjoy the show!
... master himself was playing, so....ya know...gotsa to with da flow). I did feel a wee bit old but I did my part to feed the good vibes and rocking atmosphere. Enjoyed a bit of OG myself and danced my ass off. During my more reflective moments I did wonder though, is rock and roll a young mans game? As much fun as I had and usually still have at concerts, I realize that I and most older concert goers do not dance with that same reckless abandon as when ...
... what will be a relaxing evening and a few drinks(FEW?) later before retiring. Tomorrow's it's off to Sedona! After breakfast and of course, COFFEE!!
It is very hot here but you can still enjoy the area. Every place I have been is air conditioned. Use a good sunscreen and a hat, drink plenty of water, and you'll be fine. Plus the hotel rates are slashed to try and entice people to come here. I think the resort is full here considering the heat. ...
... I'll probably be freaking out slightly that I'm leaving for Israel. Exciting stuff.
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This is an exchange program, I will be living with a girl (Liav) in Israel for about 2 1/2 weeks, then she'll schlep back to the desert with me and stay in Phoenix for about the same amount of time.
Welcome to the jungle kids. It'll be an interesting ride to say the least.
ok so the title doesn't quite match the original Eagles song but hey ho! I haven't been to Winslow yet!
Landed at 15.00 in Phoenix, felt a bit like groundhog day from back in 2010 when I landed ready to start the ACE program - good memories!
Walked into the hostel and wow, brand new, met the owners and within 20 minutes cycled to atour of the 'Westwood Ho' with them, a famous hotel from the 1920's, now used as a home for the elderly and disabled. ...
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