Scottsdale Villa Mirage
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... interesting. By the way, the avocados are cheap down here and mighty tasty.
Yesterday, we hiked from our Site 79 up to the Clay Mine Trail and a bit on the Overton Trail. Again we had to deal with the "horse dust", but not as much as the other day. We encountered a few solo hikers and several bicyclists, one of which startled us with his speed of catching us unawares. (Not a good sentence, but that's how it happened.) ...
... of us, and they were all set up when we got here. It took us a while to settle in, as I had been following Greg when he drove the motorhome, and I noticed that our tow dolly didn't have running lights, and the turn signals were crossed (when the mothorhome showed a left turn, the tow dolly flashed for a right turn!)
... a treat. We went outside and hit a free bag of balls at the range and hit a few puts - then we were off.
The course was in near perfect condition and loaded with hazards. We saw several of the large cactus right off of the tees loaded with golf balls but they were protected by the thorns of the cactus. They were left because they are so thick that you can't get them out of there without causing injury ...
... of papers to get John's credit union and mine coordinated and will need to get them notarized and sent. A couple of pool games and I lost both, then to Scuttlebuttes for dinner and home. February 14th Valentine's Day and Arizona's 100th year of statehood! A quiet day- Almost warm today! I plugged a couple more leaks in the roof to the patio, swept the car port and did the house floors while Phil had his swim and exercise. Later we played pool and I lost both games! Then on ...
... about 5.30pm. What a great hotel! We're at the Kierland Resort which is a Westin hotel. We were personally welcomed by the hotel manager, toured around the hotel highlights, which included a golf course with the 18th hole at the hotel lobby and outdoor bar, complete with big fire and outdoor heaters (welcomed because we are in the middle of the 4 coldest days in Phoenix since 1988!) with the sunset piped in by a bagpiper. ...