Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Blogging for bloggings sake

All bloggers, especially of the RVing type, will tell you how hard it is to blog when you are sitting still for long periods of time.  We have decided to stay here in Casa Grande at least until the new year.  So if there isn't an announcement of a new blog, don't give up, check from time to time.  

It's hard to blog because although we are doing things, they wouldn't be interesting to my readers.  So I will give you a bit of a synopsis of the past week and a few pictures.

Doug continues to ride his bike in the desert.  Hard to believe he got a flat time from a cactus thorn.  I ride my exercise bike but not much chance of that happening.

Riding his bike on the overpass over Interstate 8
We went to the Arizona Coyotes game in Glendale (Phoenix) the other night.  We have been twice in the past.  Things have changed.  The parking is no longer free.  $15.00 to park and it's quite a ways from the door.  Food is outrageously priced.  Not that we had one, but beer is $11.00.  We shared a plate of so so nachos and a pop for a whopping $18.00.  A bag of Twizzlers was $5.50.

Waiting for the game in the nose-bleed seats

And the game, crap!  We have seen more exciting practices when son Graeme was 10 years old.  No hitting, not much passing.  At the end of the 2nd period, each team had scored one "accidental" goal.
We left.  Found out the score the following morning.  Winnipeg 4 - Arizona 1.  Oh well, we won't be doing that again.

The warm up

For those of you who don't know, Phoenix is only about an hour and a half from Casa Grande but you travel Interstate 10 to get there.  Horribly busy and dangerous.  Even at 10:00 pm there was heavy traffic.  Lots of trucks too.

Every other day we have errands to do in town.  Groceries, haircuts, computer repair (I grabbed my laptop by the screen ouch).  

A few pictures from in and around.

The memorial garden in the park and a cute bike

A road runner comes to read the morning papers

Good morning - Rovers' Roost
So bye for now.