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Tucson, AZ

It's almost 100F warmer here than it was in Edmonton last week. Eek

Bman, let us know the dates.
 
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Tucson is one laid back town.

I hope you brought your sticks!
 
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Tucson is one laid back town.

I hope you brought your sticks!


Of course.
 
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Tucson, AZ



Tucson is one laid back town.

I hope you brought your sticks!


Of course.


Staying at a resort?
 
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Loews Ventana Canyon.
 
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Loews Ventana Canyon.


Been there several times...enjoy!
 
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Watkins Glen


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What wineries are on your agenda, Ed?


Just one more sip.
 
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Stockholm.


"Wine, one sip of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams. Be wise and taste."
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What wineries are on your agenda, Ed?


Aim to buy a case at each stop. No Duplicates!!

Hermann
Anthony Road
Fox Run
Dr Frank

Very quick trip One day here [need to take care of mother medicaid & hospital issues] and then to NJ. Just hitting folks on Rt 14.


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I hope you get try Wiemer's TBA.


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Aria, Las Vegas


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Napa River Inn, Napa, CA


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Flagstaff. Staying at Inn 410, a B&B. Ate on Thursday night at Brix. Highly recommended. Great wine list, terrific menu. Last night ate at Cottage Inn. Enjoyed that as well. Trying to walk off the calories by hiking in the canyons, mountains, etc.


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Flagstaff. Staying at Inn 410, a B&B. Ate on Thursday night at Brix. Highly recommended. Great wine list, terrific menu. Last night ate at Cottage Inn. Enjoyed that as well. Trying to walk off the calories by hiking in the canyons, mountains, etc.


Irwin, you really should consider this location during your winter, my friend. Wink
 
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Flagstaff. Staying at Inn 410, a B&B. Ate on Thursday night at Brix. Highly recommended. Great wine list, terrific menu. Last night ate at Cottage Inn. Enjoyed that as well. Trying to walk off the calories by hiking in the canyons, mountains, etc.

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I'll be sure to honk twice as we pass through Flagstaff tomorrow. Smile


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irwin, I hope you have the chance to drive Route 89A between Sedona and Flagstaff.


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irwin, I hope you have the chance to drive Route 89A between Sedona and Flagstaff.


Doing that today on the way to Prescott and then Scottsdale. Ate last night at Cuvee 958, or maybe Cuvee 528, or 852. Whatever. 21 wines by the glass, but not the most interesting things. Had a duck bruschetta that was terrific, and an artisanal cheese platter with crostini and nuts. Enjoyed that as well. That's all we ate, but it was plenty. Large portions. We had eaten at The Himalayan Buffet for lunch and were pretty stuffed despite the exercise.


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Flagstaff. Staying at Inn 410, a B&B. Ate on Thursday night at Brix. Highly recommended. Great wine list, terrific menu. Last night ate at Cottage Inn. Enjoyed that as well. Trying to walk off the calories by hiking in the canyons, mountains, etc.


Irwin, you really should consider this location during your winter, my friend. Wink


It was really nice to hike in the canyons at 55 degrees. Oddly, it was 75 on Friday in Baltimore and my friends went out and played golf w/o me. Frown But, Flagstaff is very beautiful. I could see retiring here.
We leave today, and tomorrow they may get a dusting of snow.


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New River Gorge, WV. Eek

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Odd time of year to be rafting PH. Big Grin


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Odd time of year to be rafting PH. Big Grin


They are running the New as we speak, but I'm not a cold weather rafter. More a June/July kinda guy on that piece of water. We went for the drives (some of the best twisties in the country) and the country air. We did some tree canopy zip-lining that was quite memorable, though! Fun stuff. Planning on heading down in the fall to run the Gauley when they open the dam. If I don't chicken out..... Red Face

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Odd time of year to be rafting PH. Big Grin


They are running the New as we speak, but I'm not a cold weather rafter. More a June/July kinda guy on that piece of water. We went for the drives (some of the best twisties in the country) and the country air. We did some tree canopy zip-lining that was quite memorable, though! Fun stuff. Planning on heading down in the fall to run the Gauley when they open the dam. If I don't chicken out..... Red Face

PH


The Gauley in the Fall - that thing will empty your bladder and fill your pants!


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The Gauley in the Fall - that thing will empty your bladder and fill your pants!


Big Grin

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Flagstaff. Staying at Inn 410, a B&B. Ate on Thursday night at Brix. Highly recommended. Great wine list, terrific menu. Last night ate at Cottage Inn. Enjoyed that as well. Trying to walk off the calories by hiking in the canyons, mountains, etc.

irwin-

I'll be sure to honk twice as we pass through Flagstaff tomorrow. Smile


Gigabit: Thanks for the honk. I assume that was you in the Maserati?


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