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White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation - 50's party!

At the 50's Dance

Halloween Dance

Me and my Friend, Ray Mattox

Paula and I

Welcome Home Party, "Home on the Range"

Just Hangin' Around

Park Managers and Activities Directors

At Saguaro Lake

Rare Crested Saguaro Cactus - only 1 in 250,000 grow this way!

Boat Ride

Paula on the Desert Belle

Our Transportation

Downtown Phoenix

Our friends, Donna and Ray Mattox

You Don't Have to Shovel Sunshine!

Old Arizona Territorial House of Representatives

Navajo Code Talker Monument

One of the anchors from the USS Arizona

Monument to Police K-9s killed in the Line of Duty

Downtown Phoenix

Paula and Donna in front of the AZ Capitol Museum

Bill and Ray at Liberty Bell (copy of the Original in Pennsylvania)

Burros Attacking Paula

Paula Petting/Feeding the Burros

Paula and her Mother

Little Fella Plum Worn Out from Begging for Carrots

Paula and her Mom in Oatman, AZ

Hills overlooking Oatman

Decorations Just Outside of Oatman

Paula's Mom

" Red Solo Cup" Christmas Decorations

Laughlin, Nevada

Paula

Paula and Decorated Flora


Hello to all of our dear friends and family.

We finished our summer travels and unhooked the RV at Valle Del Oro RV Park in Mesa, AZ. We have chosen this park to be our winter home base until further notice.

Since getting here, I have got the RV repaired. It needed body work after a tire blow-out just outside of Sheridan, WY on July 13th. Bummer! Tried to get it fixed in Sheridan, but we were told it would take a month to get it fixed and we did not want to stay in Sheridan. It was 95 degrees that day! So, we headed to Fun Valley for the rest of the summer since the RV was still livable. Tried to get the repairs done in Amarillo but the guy at a well-known dealership in Amarillo was so horsey, I told him I would take my business elsewhere. So we got the work done here in Mesa. It took about three weeks to get the parts in, but they did the repairs in one day!

I have also had to get yet another radiator for my F-250 pickup truck. This is the 2nd radaitor I have had to put in the truck. I expressed my displeasure all the way up the line in the Consumer Complaint department to no avail. I think that a pick up truck's radiator should not have to be replaced every 40,000 miles! I fired off a letter to Ford Motor Company's president - but it was totally ignored! Another $1600.00 spent!

We have had several parties in the park since we got here including a 50's dance, Octoberfest, Halloween and Welcome Back. Loads of fun!

We took a 90 minute tour boat ride on Saguaro Lake on the Desert Belle with several friends. We went to downtown Phoenix on the Metro "Light Rail" and then took a bus up to the State Capitol complex. Saw the State Capitol Museum (originally the AZ Territory governmental seat).

Over the Christmas holiday, we took Paula's mom to Laughlin, NV to play a little bingo and Texas Hold-em. She loves her games! We also took a side trip to Oatman, AZ on old Route 66. Oatman is an old gold mining town, and descendants of old prospectors' burros still roam the hills around the town. The little beggars come down to the town for handouts. They seem to be doing really well!

That brings this up to date.


MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR



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