10th Week in Review – T-7 Days to Re-Launch

T-7 days – We have a reLaunch date for Service Driven!

Lynx Lake

The view of Lynx Lake from the Lynx Lake cafe

We are so excited that Jay is about 95% recovered and we can get back to our grand adventure.  This Saturday, the date of Nate’s wedding, will be exactly one month from the accident.  The recovery period has given us the opportunity to see Phoenix in its spring splendor, fix up the car, and spend a lot more quality time with Jay’s relatives.  Last week we visited Jay’s grandma Millie and her SO, Ken in Dewey Arizona.  She took us to the Lynx Lake Cafe and the Highlands Center for Natural History, which were beautiful.  Millie also helped Sharon trace the Tewksbury genealogy (a practice she is an expert at).  Hopefully I will have more to share on that story later.

Please remember to VOTE for us everyday in the Travel for Good contest.  The bills have started to arrive for Jay’s medical expenses, so now we know for sure that if we win this contest we may be able to come out close to even.

lizard at Highlands Nature Center Prescott

Lizard that posed for us at the Highlands Center for Natural History in Prescott

Hours volunteered: Sharon sold event cards at the Scottsdale Culinary Festival (4 hours)

States: Arizona — Phoenix and Dewey

Budget: under

People Visited: the whole Arizona crew – Jay’s relatives, neighbors and friends.  Jay got to celebrate with the guys at Nate’s bachelor party

Nights under the stars: 0

Best meal: pub food at the Garage at 1534 E. Bethany Home Rd, Phoenix

Best beer:  Mothership Wit, by New Belgium


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