Scottsdale Camelback Resort
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August 28th Wednesday-Up early-mid morning went to the food bank and had a long wait while they unloaded the trucks. They used to fill a box for you but now you can pick from various shelves with a tag of how many items you can take from each shelf - makes more sense, but they also loaded our cart with unknowns—like a box of 24 individual biscuits and gravy, 2 large ice creams, about 8 lbs of hash browns!!!His freezer is ...
... the issue was... It seems you can also put this car in a 'manual' drive instead of automatic and we must've activated it. The man took us for a ride around the block, showed us the difference and that was that... Thank god for simple things... The service was really good... And may I even say 'good looking'? After all... We're two single ladies on the road ;-) So... We were finally good to go. Let the road trip begin! The 1st impressive sighting of ...
... of course. The coach performed admirably and traveled easily at sixty-five, burning up the miles at a steady pace. We stopped for lunch at another of our usual Rest Stops and relaxed bit. Lynn made a nice chicken salad. Don't you just love how we "rough it?"
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