|Jeanette is heading for the hills.....'The Silly Mountain Trails', on Superstition Mountain.|
|They all agreed that, for a first hike, this 'Silly Mountain' was a really good choice.|
|Time for some hiking experience on some rocks.|
|So many new experiences....but he sure took to loving the warm pool water.|
While the family was busy hiking, I was back on the links with my West Coast buddies trying to improve on the score. And that I did! I knocked off 12 strokes from the day before. My drives were better and the short game improved too. It was pay back time too because I did win back the few dollars lost on the previous game....and ended in a good profit position. Yeah!
|We hosted the 'après golf' customary 19th hole beer at our RV spot.|
|L-R Philippe and Denis......calculating the money they owed me!|
|L-R Rod, Sylvia, Ginette, me, Trevor and Jeanette. Rick is the official photographer.|
Easton was in fine form too and looking forward to all the visitors for the barbecue.
Rick and Easton are familiar with each other. Some of you may recall our regular Sunday, 'Open Mike' sessions(back home) and on one of those pre-Christmas occasions, I brought Easton along. He took to Rick then and also here. He and Rick had some good 'face time' together. I was teaching him to drink water from a glass. He took to that quickly too....but more likely due to the hot conditions.
Denis and Odette, (below) arrived and I started to barbecue the baked potatoes and steaks while Jeanette was busy with the rest of the menu preparations. The others enjoyed visiting.
|L-R Odette, Denis, Easton and Ginette.|
|We enjoyed a wonderful outdoor meal on a lovely outdoor desert night.|
|We did stop along the way to enjoy some fine Arizona scenery.|
|Cowboy Easton....trying on some western hats in Tortilla Flats.|
Ginette and I challenged Jeanette and Trevor to a quick game of Bocce. The beautiful facilities in this park are underutilized....but we took advantage of that.
Today is another touring day. Rick will join in when we head further west towards Globe, AZ., and points further east and north. More to come on that.
Thanks for dropping by.