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... He did not know he had an appointment! We dressed and headed to the Hospital- about 12 miles away-and we arrived, checked in and John’s ankle was x-rayed and then into see the doctor where they removed his cast, tool out all the stitches and gave him a lighter cast but still up to the knee. They want him back in 4 weeks to remove cast but he does not have any way to get there- Taxi is $38 one way!! We tried to get them to extend it 2 weeks so I would be ...
... and down those hills in the heat and high altitude - I want to make it Scottsdale after all. The natural petrified bridge was kind of neat though. It's still held in place with a concrete support underneath or my guess is that it would look like several of the others - a string of pieces but you could tell that it was all one piece at one time. Finally, in one of the last pull outs on the ...
We took off on a hike this morning on the Overton Trail, here in the park. Lynn checked out the map and found what she liked, a hike of about three miles. We walked from the coach to the trailhead of the Clay Mine trail. It merges with the Overton at about a mile from our site. The rental horses use a good part of the trail and thus the surface is deep, nasty dust. That's a good reason to wear boots. We did.
The trail climbed and climbed until ...
... s hand. Now place your hand over hers. Cherish this moment. It’s the last time you’ll have the upper hand.” Corny, but effective. The crowd loved it.
Sunday through Monday was the arrival process in reverse: trips to the airport, dropping off tuxes (after locating shoes, trousers, shirts, etc., somehow scattered at locations throughout Scottsdale) and, finally, relaxing a little.
This may be the final entry of our Western blog. You'll hear from us if that changes. ...
... the US for corporate recruitment, according to The Wall Street Journal. And it is the top college choice for Arizona students, according to www.mycollegeoptions.org . Just listen: http://www.asu.edu/excellence/
Defining itself as “A New American University,” ASU claims commitment to excellence, access and impact. “We measure ourselves by those we include, ...
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