Arizona Golf Resort
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August 1 – Saturday- Up early and showered—a lite breakfast and talked till around noon, packed up and on my way. A stop to see Sara and Ron at their farm—and a couple of hours of good visiting and then on to Woodburn to Suzie's. Hot again but only 101 degrees. Later in day it became overcast but still hot. Enjoyed a pork dinner and spent the evening talking.
August 2 Sunday- Suzie and I did nothing today—very enjoyable!! Later out to ...
... with the tire still on low symbol. I do hope these meds work! Phil’s thumb is at the almost bendable stage, but getting better. Stayed home and had tomato soup and grilled cheese tonight-did not want to drive car any more than necessary.
March 3, 2015 Tuesday=Called for car appt and get in at 1:30 today and Thur scheduled for my med tests. It poured rain yesterday- somewhere around an inch but today, though ...
... were nearby so we went to Apache Junction for three nights, staying at Roberts Sunrise RV Park. We were busy here, too, fitting in a BBQ steak dinner, a very fun Valentine's dance, yet another early Chinese New Year dinner with Spencers and their friends Keith & Lynn, a hike on Silly Mountain with Jim & Cass ...
... to serenade us!!
... Our last stop was to Goldfield Ghost Town. Goldfield was created by the discovery of gold in the area in 1892. The town grew to population of 4,000. By late 1897 the gold mines had played out and the people moved out leaving a ghost town. Several years later when the mines were opened a mill and cynaide plant were installed reviving the town. It was named Youngberg. The mines once again played out and the town was deserted. In ...