The Phoenician, Scottsdale
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... years been designated the sole repository of out-of-service aircraft from all branches of the US government. There are 4 categories of storage for planes: Long Term – Aircraft are kept intact for future useParts Reclamation – Aircraft are kept, picked apart and used for spare partsFlying Hold – Aircraft are kept intact for shorter stays than Long TermExcess of DoD needs – Aircraft are sold off whole or in parts AMARG employs 550 people, ...
... a new cast, one of those you can take off and on, we drove back to Mt Angel to visit with Lee. He was eating and I don’t think he ate more than 3 bites and very little drink – he is losing weight, his blood sugar in way low and they cannot get nourishment into him. Sooooo sad to see friends like this. Later back to Suzie’s and eventually headed back to Don and Anita’s. I had a funny and strange experience with the car. I stopped in ...
... We checked out the stalls to see about souvenirs. They all sure have amazing artwork on their tables. We continued our drive to Grand Canyon Village to find our lodging (Maswik Lodge) and saw we'd arrived just in time to witness sunset... And what a beauty that is to watch. I found myself very small witnessing this majestic natural scene in front of me. Tomorrow we'll go see more as there isn't much to do here once it turns dark. I'm eager to see it ...
We left the rv park early in the morning and followed a very curvy road up and over the mountains to Prescott, Arizona. Prescott is an old western mining town. The mines still hang over the quaint downtown, with its saloons, cafes and art galleries. Bill's sister Mary has lived at 7,000 feet above Prescott at Cabbage Patch for the past decade. She made the drive down and we had a great lunch at a home style diner and caught up with each other's lives.