Friday, March 23 – We had a good time today attending the Good Sam Rally. We are not Good Sam members. We went to the show on a Day Pass – two for the price on one - $10. Pretty good deal. We met one of our friends, Kenny Smith, and spent some time strolling through the show with him.
We began by roaming through the RV Show looking at new motor homes. Once again, we didn't see too many we liked more than our 2005 Tiffin Phaeton. We did talk to Bob Tiffin, owner of Tiffin Motor Homes, telling him how much we enjoy our motor home, and the great service we are still getting seven years after the sale. He says they have no reason to change this great service – we can only hope!!!
We looked at some 5th wheels too. We always wonder about living in a 5th wheel. They are so roomy! We will certainly give it further consideration once we slow down and travel less. With the way we travel now, we certainly love having our Honda CRV “toad” to drive around and do our sight seeing. When we become more like winter Snowbirds, a 5th wheel may be more attractive to us.
Wow! The vendors tent is HUGE! We think it is larger than the Main Event Tent at Quartzsite. Although, as Paul said, it may be the same tent that was erected in Q. Just about anything you want for RV'ing was available.
As a matter of fact, I bet many of these same vendors were in Q this past January. We did find a couple items to purchase and quite a few we passed on.
After about four and a half hours, we decided we had enough and headed for home. We enjoyed our visit to the Phoenix International Race Track and the Good Sam Rally.
On the way home we saw tons of planes in the air. The Luke Air Force Base, the largest fighter-training base in the world, is located right outside Goodyear.
Sunday, March 25 - We went to see the Cleveland Indians play the Chicago Cubs today. Our friends, Jane and Joe, were attending the Rally and wanted to attend the game with us.
Jane is going to kill Marsha for putting that picture up.
Well, to make a long story short, remember this guy, Marsha's least favorite player, Rafael Perez.
They put him in at the top of the 6th inning….6 hits (including a homerun) and 3 runs later, we found ourselves on the losing end of a 6-2 game. Oh my….Marsha isn't in a very good mood.
At the end of the game, the kids got to run the bases. There must have been a thousand parents and kids standing in line to go out on the field. They had to let them go out in groups there were so many.
Last week of Spring Training. We will leave you with five more of our favorite Yogi sayings.
--As a general comment on baseball: “90% of the game is half mental.”
--“I don’t know (if they were men or women running naked across the field). They had bags over their heads.”
--“It gets late early out there.”
--“Yogi, you are from St. Louis , we live in New Jersey , and you played ball in New York . If you go before I do, where would you like me to have you buried?” -Carmen Berra, Yogi’s wife.
“Surprise me.” – Yogi
Bet you didn't know that it was Yogi Berra who came up with this one….
--“It ain’t over till it’s over.”
We are moving Monday morning to the East side of Phoenix…Mesa. There is lots to do and see on that side. Marsha's back isn't much better. We think it is time for her to see someone. Let you know how that goes.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see y'all back real soon. Have a great day!