Apache Junction, AZ High 82 Low 50
First – Great News – Jim’s bone scan came back clean.
Second – Bad News – we still don’t know what is wrong with Jim’s upper back. So back to the drawing board.
These last couple of days have really proved just how dedicated I am to the LEOs. I am worthy to be a member of the Let’s Eat Out club.
On Wednesday we went to the last Escapees Chapter luncheon until next November. Nice turn out of 51 folks.
Then I got an e-mail from Diana. She and Phil were going to be at Superstition Skies Wednesday night. Key was also going to be there along with Diana’s sister, Barbara and Ron. Couldn’t pass up this opportunity. Can you believe I didn’t get any pictures. Not a one.
Normally Brant and Kerry play on Wednesday nights but this time Brant was there with a different guitar player and a woman on the keyboard. They were good but I missed the B & K show.
We got there early enough we were able to visit before the place got real busy and noisy. Diana and Phil pulled out the next morning headed for a WIN dance get together in Texas. Barb and Ron aren’t sure when or where they’re heading and Key is going to stick around like we are until May or so.
Yesterday Jan and Bill wanted to go to lunch at Portillo’s which just opened about a month ago in Scottsdale. They picked us up and off we went.
This was the end of the line when we got there but it rapidly grew behind us. The line goes all the way to the front, across the front, and down the other side.
More of the line.
What is amazing is that it only took us about 10 minutes to get through the line with maybe another 7 minute wait for the food to be ready. They really have it down to a science. Jim had an Italian Sausage sandwich, I had a hot dog, Jan had the Italian Beef sandwich and Bill had a combo sausage/beef sandwich. Everybody was really happy with their choices.
After lunch we took a ride out to Saguaro Lake and then they dropped us off at home so we could get ready to go out to dinner with Ginny and Mickey at Golden Corral.
I haven’t been to a GC in probably 25 or 30 years. I as pleasantly surprised at how good the food was. And of course, they have the most wonderful thing of all:
So I’m definitely a proud card carrier of the LEO’s.