Apache Junction, AZ High 91 Low 56
We are back in our spot in Apache Junction and life has settled back into a routine again.
Jim has been fishing a couple of times. The park is emptying out as folks head north (way too early in my opinion). Jim had his stitches removed and found out that they had removed all the abnormal cells on his back and doesn’t need to return until October. He’s had two Physical Therapy appointments on his shoulder and it’s really doing good.
Thursday was a little crazy. Paul arrived back in Phoenix after his two months over in New Zealand and Australia. He got in Wednesday night but crashed at a motel near the airport and we picked him up there on Thursday morning. Had a great breakfast at U.S. Egg and then took him home so he could hook up and head down to Tucson.
After dropping him off we picked up my sister and her hubby to take them to the Mesa Airport for their return to Montana. Guess it was a nightmare of a trip as they had to detour to Las Vegas and sit for several hours. My sister’s legs swelled really bad and her Restless Legs about drove her over the edge. Not a good thing. But they finally got home.
Saturday, we drove down to Green Valley to celebrate a good friend’s 70th birthday. John and Karen bought a home down there and then travel in the summertime. It was a fun time.
John, blowing out his candles. Karen, his wife, is in the pink top.
A bunch of folks from Casa Grande were also there that we knew and we also got to meet some new folks.
The winds are returning tonight and lasting through Tuesday. Gusts to 50 mph. Hang onto your hats.