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So today, yet again we had the delights of the Holiday Inn complimentary breakfast, complimentary as otherwise no-one would eat it! However it was odd having breakfast next to a heavily armed Forrest Ranger; gun and taser etc. However if your Tanya you might think this is a portable electric screwdriver for fixing forrest signs, as that's part of …
... get a seat to watch a lot of the action. A man a few seats over from where Stan was seated bid and won the bid for a car so anyone watching might have seen Stan on tv. Stan also met some people he knows from Winnipeg so they talked for awhile. A bit later he was talking to a couple and after awhile exchanged home locations to find that they were from Edmonton. Both groups had flown in strictly for the auction. Stan came back all enthused about the auction.
... had a couple of other places I wanted to show him and did stop at the Worlds smallest museum in Superior but it took him only about 1 minute to check it out. On east we traveled and did make a stop just before the tunnel and walked down the hill and onto the old highway. This is about a half mile walk from parking to the tunnel and we enjoyed it. On through the tunnel and out the end and up to Hwy 60. This is the first time I have walked further than the tunnel. We walked ...
... ve worn them out. We've done two hikes including the slog to the top of Camelback Mountain yesterday - which Niki likened to doing the stairmaster for 2 hours in a sauna. The heat was up and we were lucky to get finished my 10:30. Got a good workout and the views of the city were great. We also went into central Phoenix in search of the food trucks and had a yummy burritos lunch. We've played two games of golf - one just the 4 of us and then another with Fi&Jiggs and Mac/Steph who ...
... certainly enjoyed having a group of guys around with familiar banter, to make up for the unfamiliar terrain of cacti and desert. After what sounded like some trying years sorting out green cards and getting settled, they have certainly now made a great life for themselves. Chris, it was good to catch up after so long, and thanks for a great ...
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