Scottsdale Links Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Adult pool
- Outdoor pool
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... Costco, Safeway and Home Depot. We use the smallest woodworking clamps i.e. clips to keep chip bags closed and for other various and sundry uses. They have them at Home Depot, so we made the stop to update our supply. At Costco Warehouses in different areas, they have a good number of unique items, so we always do a thorough walk through just to see what is available. We don't buy much, since our storage space is so limited, but ...
What a surprise - only a 15-20 minute drive north of all the restaurants, park models, shopping, and traffic, and here we are in a beautiful desert environment, surrounded by cacti and beautiful views everywhere we look! It feels NOTHING like the area we left behind - feels so remote!
Jan and Steve got here ...
Eric and I had the privilege to play the TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course. This is the course that has the famous #16 par 3 with all the bleachers around the length of the hole. More on that later. We got to the course early and spent some time looking around. The clubhouse was really nice and elevated so you had a great view of 9 and 18. Inside was the champions wall with all the winners of the tournament. We knew we were ...
... Phil answers her-"This is Phil Vitti" wondering why she would say that! She pauses and then says "Oh, I'm sorry. My husband Phil, lost my phone and I am calling my number from his phone hoping to locate mine. When you answered I thought he was calling and had found mine!" February 13, 2013-Tuesday-I didn't sleep last night so did not get up till 10 this morning! A lazy day-at least no rain, some sun and it looked warmer than it was. I finished a 1000 piece puzzle and filled out ...
A long driving day today, heading straight form hoeing, Arizona. We drove through the Sonoran Desert first and the into the Mojave Desert. The scenery was, as expected, somewhat desert-like! A lot of brown land with a lot of desert plants, a few wind farms and several casino oases which are owned by the native Indian owners of the land. We stopped for lunch in a small town at a Sizzlers, nice big salad plate. We got to ...