The Scottsdale Resort And Conference Center
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... year or what. We probably won't do any research along those lines, but there's no harm in wondering. Right? The are our favorites, as you can probably tell.
We'll be moving on later today to Lake Pleasant Regional Park. It's only about an hour away and is a bit further north and west of where we are now. The lake looks to be of good size. We'll report on that when we get settled and have more "excitement" to tell you about...
... we stayed at the campground on an Indian reservation but couldn't think of the name but we remembered it was across from The Fountains suburb...that was where they were from).
WEDNESDAY 4/16 - We decided to take the scenic route from Apache Junction thru the Tonto National Monument & Forest. It was sort of boring the first part until we got to Miami (that is AZ not FL) which has active copper mines. We drove along the Theodore Roosevelt Lake and stopped for ...
... I think it is the only place on the tour where this is allowed). As you can see from one of the shots, I hit a shot only 5 feet from the hole. I barely touched the ball, just missed the cup and had it roll 4 feet past the hole. I made the 4 footer for par. I have to say, these greens gave me a whole new appreciation for the guys on tour. These greens were tricky. Several with what looked like breaks only to ...
... We spotted Ron E at the Elks and found that he performs there during the week. We had brats in a bun and lots of beer and really enjoyed the day. Zack was there and we gave him a photo we had taken of his wife, she is part of the band at the Hitchin' Post. We found a place to sit and watch the dancers and danced a lot and really had a good time. Finally headed home to relax for the rest of the evening. February 24th Sunday-We didn't get up till 10-I guess last night was tooo ...
... feet. We have a few days in Bryce Canyon, which is not in fact a canyon as its extraordinary landscape is not carved by a river. It is impossible not to see things in the ‘hoodoos’ the bizarre orange pillars created by the endless freeze, thaw and fracturing of the relatively soft rock. Look… there’s a cathedral, there’s an Indian temple, there’s a bunch of meerkats. We walk down amongst them, squeezed and breathless with occasional ...