Originally posted by SnowLady
AOIIGal are we giving you the kind of feed back you are looking for? I'll keep brainstorming for other thoughts/ideas.
All feedback is welcomed...
Here's the link to the hotel which provides ideas for dining and recreation in the area..
for phoenix type events there's always the western theme (yawn--oops did I say that?) I live here so I get a little tired of the cowboy thing
check out www.rawhide.com
Rawhide is moving from Scottsdale to Chandler/SouthEast Valley so it will be a 25 minute drive..of course we are talking about being outdoors in Phoenix in the summer.
It's 100 degrees right now at 9 pm and it was 100 degrees by 9 am --we're down from 112 earlier today. You have to know that people here break out their fur coats if it gets below 70 degrees. I'm not kidding...
And all that dry heat jazz goes out the window in late June/July. We have our "monsoon" season this time of year
Translation: Cloud bursts and incredible lightening shows and spontaneous short-lived rain storms. It can get humid... I thought Atlanta was slightly more humid than Phoenix, but not nearly as hot.
Plan on drinking LOTS of water... I'll spare you my first summer in Phoenix stories, because I didn't take the heat warnings seriously.
I'll keep checking for things to do and keep you posted on what I find out.