Downtown Chandler, Arizona
March 29, 2015
For more information of the SanTan Brewing Company or Murphy's Law Irish Pub & Ale House, check out their websites:
SanTan website: http://www.santanbrewing.com/
Murphy's Law Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/irishrepublicpublichouse
|Celebrating St. Patty's Day at Murphy's Law.|
|My special grill cheese sandwich with Irish beef stew.|
|White chocolate chip brownie with vanilla ice cream. Yum!|
March 27, 2015
Apparently this abandoned building that Sharon and I thought was someone's house used to be a doll shop. I was looking for abandoned places around Arizona that I would like to check out, and this place showed up on Google images. Although I did not find any information on the place, I still found it interesting. I still think I was probably someone's house too.
March 23, 2015
March 21, 2015
|This Labyrinth can be found on the grounds of the Superstition Mountains Museum.|
March 19, 2015
The Elvis Memorial Chapel is located on the grounds of the Superstition Mountain Museum. It is a place where couples can get married, and where movies made at Apacheland are presented to the public. The building was moved from its original location, bit by bit, and recreated on the museum’s land. Take a tour of the chapel and sit a spell.
March 17, 2015
When you walk in, you first see a waiting area and then the trading post. From there you are seated at a picnic-like table with tin mine-camp plates, silverware and cups sitting in front of you. The waitress brings your freshly baked rolls, baked beans and coleslaw. We ordered the three-meat platter along with our beers. The two very hot platters had ribs, chicken, ham, stuffing, and baked potatoes. The entire meal was so delicious. After the meal, we were treated to the country western sounds of the McNasty Brothers. This is the perfect place to get that western BBQ cuisine.
Mining Camp Restaurant and Trading Post
(Located 4 miles east of Apache Junction on Highway 88)
6100 East Mining Camp Street
Apache Junction, AZ 85119
Phone: (480) 982-3181
March 15, 2015
March 9, 2015
“Bearizona’s mission is to promote conservation through memorable and educational encounters with North American wildlife in a natural environment.”
The park will take at least 2 hours depending on how fast you drive thru. If you want to see the animals out and about, in plain view, the best time to go is early morning or late afternoon.
Another feature of Bearizona is Fort Bearizona which is a walking tour. You walk through twist and turns on a path inside the confines of the forest. You can delve inside a bear den and see where the young bears live, or perhaps intermingle with the farm animals in the Fort Bearizona Barnyard, and end the tour in the gift shop.
For more information, check out their website: http://bearizona.com/
1500 E. Route 66