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After a long and sometimes tedious trip, we made it to Mesa yesterday. We looked the Newmar 3220 over and took her for a drive over several miles and various conditions. She handled well and looks great!
The next couple of hours we spent with the "money guy," signing papers and filling out forms. In order to avoid paying Arizona tax on the rig, we have to temporarily register it here. The final ...
... I could have had a Telsa!I was careful not to scratch it because as they say in the stores "you break it, you bought it!" and I didn't have $93,000 to pay for this if I broke it.
It was also a nice touch to have an Xbox console and large monitor to play for free in the middle of the mall walkway - this entertained our bored little ones while he grown-ups shopped. With the temps in the triple digits, it was at first good to be in the mall, but I found out the ...
... embarrassing! You could not even recognize the signature songs of his-it was that bad. Certainly not worth the $50 per person that we paid. That is really sad, but he needs to just pack it in and stay home!! After walking home we stopped by the rec hall to play pool, then home to get the car and head to Scuttlebuttes for dinner.
February 6th-Thursday – A French toast morning. Still lousy weather, but, we should be quiet about ...
... leak sealant (didn’t work but sure made a mess!), we finally bought a patch kit and patched the tiny hole on Sat morning. It survived a bike ride through the park, but the problem has been a slow leak, so we’ll see how long it holds air. As of today, I’m still good to go!
The magic of Facebook is to keep people in touch who might not otherwise stay connected. It was through Facebook that we connected ...
... beach, from the sunbathers to the seagulls, which he forbade anyone to feed. He was the man- he was the power. He stopped cars, especially the ones whose drivers sat to close or to far from the steering wheel, he discouraged kids from drinking sugary drinks. He arrested a Poodle who had escaped his leash, wrote parking tickets for any vehicle not perfectly aligned with the curb and discouraged kids from removing sea shells from the shore. He kept order, ...