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  • Take the Weekend Off

    Posted by Jonathan on September 1st, 2018 (All posts by )

    Take the weekend off


    6 Responses to “Take the Weekend Off”

    1. Mike K Says:

      Just watched the first USC game of the season., They were a bit rough but the new true freshman quarterback looked pretty good. He should be a high school senior but took extra classes to graduate early.

      Good arm. Defense did OK for first game. They got beaten on three trick plays and that was the UNLV score.

      Maybe drive down to Bisbee tomorrow. Cute little town.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      I always wanted to visit Bisbee.

    3. Mike K Says:

      Cute town. I’ve been there before on business. Stayed at the Copper Queen hotel.

      Real old fashioned western hotel. The town, which was just a copper mining town is now full of art galleries.

    4. raymondshaw Says:

      I stayed at the Copper Queen back in 1981 when I was working for Phelps Dodge in Morenci.

      The Bisbee mine had some very rich ore. The U of A Gem & Mineral Museum has many examples
      of the ore produced in the early days. Some of the them display stunning beauty.

    5. Mike K Says:

      We had lunch at the Copper Queen and a nice day. Got rained on in Bisbee and came home to a pretty energetic thunderstorm that is continuing.

      I hope we don’t get an outage as we had one a week ago from a few minutes. Lots of lightning,

    6. Mike K Says:

      My flash flood waning just went off on my smartphone. I guess there is some heavy rain in town.

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