February is one of the absolute best months of the year in Phoenix, when I really did love living there. Except this particular year, it was cold! Every Feb I've headed down to the Phoenix Open (I still refuse to call it by its full name) to watch some good golf and have some food. A coworker of mine always ends up with tickets to a corporate tent, so we'll go on the day of the Pro-Am to see some celebs play golf and hang out.
This year we drove up around lunch time into the parking lot, only to hear announcement that the greens were frozen and golf was cancelled for the day. What?! Crazy. However, tents were still open, so we ventured in for food and thankfully most tents had heaters. As you can see, the view was nice, but there's no golf to be had!
a couple years since we'd all been together, and Keri couldn't make it, but we gathered in Phoenix to reminisce about the glory days of working retail.
I had MCB come to Phoenix that weekend for his first AZ trip, so that he could meet my favorite DC people. He arrived, a few hours later Tim arrived, and the next morning Matt and Kat arrived. Good thing I live close to the airport.
First stop, a little hike on Camelback! I never did hike the entire thing while I was there, but the viewpoints were just as good from a little ways down, right?
Postino, dinner at LGO. Yum yum, especially with that honey cucumber lemonade that Kat is holding.
True Colors, but we'll get them both in at our next reunion, scheduled for Mexico City (Tim's new home) in 2012?
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