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... out of there. The homes along the course were amazing - 1-8 million dollars each. The course was a true challenge but we didn't care, we were having a blast just hacking it up. In the end, Eric beat me fair and square but we might get the chance to play the TPC Stadium course on Monday for a rematch. If we do, I will have to show Eric how it's done - we'll see. I've posed more photos below. ...
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... Wendy to tour a mansion that had just been completely restored, but Wendy had business interfere and had to cancel it-darn – so we went to the movie and saw the not too impressive new James Bond one.
November 14th-Wednesday- I was up at 5:15, letting Phil sleep a while. He was up an hour later and we had breakfast and I finished my packing and when we looked out the limo car was there. Said our goodbyes and on my way to the ...
... the field of play while the 300s are choice seats. Open up the wallet for the extra comfort (unless you are addicted to sunshine) and spring for seats in sections 309, 305, 303, 301, 302, 304, 306 or 310. For shade, get the top 6-8 rows.Trust me, it is truly worth the splash of extra cash.
If you wind up with a bargain priced ticket like I did, expect to snuggle up with a whole lot of other folk in bleacher sections A to D halfway between first base and the right field wall ...
... couple times and visited on a balmy afternoon with the other snowbirds and some locals. There are a good number of people that come on their horses and tie them up on the hitching rail. One lady even came on a donkey and I managed to get her picture.
Besides hiking we went to the Queen Creek Olive Mill one afternoon and the Botanical Garden another morning. Wayne and I had been to the Olive Mill last year to pick up a few Christmas gifts but ...