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doublem23
12-13-2007, 10:40 AM
Ms. Doub and I are looking into heading down to Arizona during her Spring Break this March. Obviously, I would like to go so I can catch a few Spring Training games, but in order to really seal this deal, I am probably going to need some help...

What other stuff is there to do in Tucson/other places around Tucson?

How much do tickets to games usually cost?

Where to stay?

Thanks for the help, I've never been to Arizona for Spring Training and I would really like to go... Hopefully I can find some cool, non-baseball stuff to do for her... I still can't figure out why she wouldn't want to spend her week off school attending baseball work-outs and meaningless exhibition games, but I guess women really are from Venus.

salty99
12-13-2007, 10:49 AM
Ms. Doub and I are looking into heading down to Arizona during her Spring Break this March. Obviously, I would like to go so I can catch a few Spring Training games, but in order to really seal this deal, I am probably going to need some help...

What other stuff is there to do in Tucson/other places around Tucson?

How much do tickets to games usually cost?

Where to stay?

Thanks for the help, I've never been to Arizona for Spring Training and I would really like to go... Hopefully I can find some cool, non-baseball stuff to do for her... I still can't figure out why she wouldn't want to spend her week off school attending baseball work-outs and meaningless exhibition games, but I guess women really are from Venus.

There's really not much to do down there other than see a couple games and eat. I guess you could you drive 2 hours to the Phoenix area and find more things there.

Sockinchisox
12-13-2007, 10:54 AM
Ms. Doub and I are looking into heading down to Arizona during her Spring Break this March. Obviously, I would like to go so I can catch a few Spring Training games, but in order to really seal this deal, I am probably going to need some help...

What other stuff is there to do in Tucson/other places around Tucson?

How much do tickets to games usually cost?

Where to stay?

Thanks for the help, I've never been to Arizona for Spring Training and I would really like to go... Hopefully I can find some cool, non-baseball stuff to do for her... I still can't figure out why she wouldn't want to spend her week off school attending baseball work-outs and meaningless exhibition games, but I guess women really are from Venus.

Ummm....There's a nice mall with a movie theater (I saw PK Shopping there haha).....and restaurants, lots of them.....other than that, nothing.

Tickets are cheap, the highest are $15 I think.

There's a good amount of hotels on the strip.

soxrme
12-13-2007, 11:02 AM
Stay in the Phoenix area, there are plenty of teams to see. The Sox play a lot of games there. The Giants and the Angels both have nice parks to see.

drewcifer
12-13-2007, 11:05 AM
The PIMA air museum is pretty cool. We checked it out last year and really liked it. There's also a little zoo that's near Hi Corbett. Nothing spectacular, but something to do.

The last 3 years, we've just stayed in a Lazy 8 that's off of Benson Hwy. Quick access from there to anywhere, it's cheap, clean, and has free internet; continental breakfast in the mornings.

I quit buying any tix to games ahead of time a long time ago. Just buy the $5 lawn seats at game time for those games at TEP; you can pretty much go and sit where ever you want. In fact, I usually don't sit at all and just hang out on the concourse level which is wide open, great view of the field, and of course has copious amounts of beer vending.

Have you picked the week you're going yet?

C-Dawg
12-13-2007, 11:19 AM
Stay in the Phoenix area, there are plenty of teams to see. The Sox play a lot of games there. The Giants and the Angels both have nice parks to see.

And no matter where you choose to stay, its no big deal driving from Tucson to Phoenix or the other way around. Its like driving to Milwaukee except it seems much closer since everyone does way over the speed limit.

doublem23
12-13-2007, 11:31 AM
Have you picked the week you're going yet?

Her Spring Break is the Week of March 17-21.

drewcifer
12-13-2007, 12:04 PM
Her Spring Break is the Week of March 17-21.

Only 2 games in Tucson that week.

doublem23
12-13-2007, 12:25 PM
Only 2 games in Tucson that week.

Hmmm... I suppose we could just stay in Phoenix... Aside from their game in Phoenix, the Sox are also playing in Maryvale and Scottsdale, both of which seem to be in the Phoenix Metro Area. Plus, there seems to be a couple of other teams that have Spring Training in the area.

Figures the Suns wouldn't be in town that week. :angry:

ode to veeck
12-13-2007, 12:52 PM
U of A has one of the greatest photography collections in the world, including the archives of Edward Weston, Richard Avedon, Ansel Adams, Eugene Smith and many, many others, as well as a museum to show it off.

http://www.creativephotography.org/

ode to veeck
12-13-2007, 01:02 PM
Lil Abner's Steakhouse is a unique southwestern BBQ experience with a small simple menu (huge portions of chicken, ribs or steaks served with with beans and salsa) and live C&W music on the weekends. It used to be in the middle of nowhere in the desert, but urban sprawl has gotten right up to it.

Here's a link: http://dinesite.com/info/rstrnt-269518/postings/start=9/max=8/?&t=8

ode to veeck
12-13-2007, 01:22 PM
The Sonora desert is coming into bloom in springtime (though I also prefer June and the saguaro cactus blooms). Around Tuscon is some of the best hiking trails in the whole Sonora desert, including nice day hikes very close to town in the Catalina Mts, some ending at nice swimming holes.

Here's a couple of links on local trails:
http://arizona.sierraclub.org/trail_guide/
http://www.arizonahikingtrails.com/tucsonhikes.asp

Tuscon is also home to the Arizona-Tuscon Desert Museum, which is well worth the visit: http://www.desertmuseum.org/

One of my favorite ways to see the desert is via mountain bike, if you're up for it. The trails are extremely scenic, can be much more technical, and a lot more interesting riding than here in California (where I rarely take out my mt bike these days). If you're in the Phoenix area, the Mormon Trail up to the top of south mountain and the National Trail down is my favorite 3 hour (pretty tough) ride.

Here's a link for Tuscon area trails: http://sambabike.org/ftp/samba/Ride%20Descriptions.html

ode to veeck
12-13-2007, 01:24 PM
Lil Abner's Steakhouse is a unique southwestern BBQ experience with a small simple menu (huge portions of chicken, ribs or steaks served with with beans and salsa) and live C&W music on the weekends. It used to be in the middle of nowhere in the desert, but urban sprawl has gotten right up to it.

Here's a link: http://dinesite.com/info/rstrnt-269518/postings/start=9/max=8/?&t=8

Just a couple minute off I-10 just north of Tuscon

Hitmenof77
12-13-2007, 01:27 PM
U of A has one of the greatest photography collections in the world, including the archives of Edward Weston, Richard Avedon, Ansel Adams, Eugene Smith and many, many others, as well as a museum to show it off.

http://www.creativephotography.org/


They also have a piece of the USS Arizona, I believe the bell, on display. If you haven't been to Pearl Harbor, going to U of A is the next best thing to honor those who died that day.

skobabe8
12-13-2007, 06:31 PM
Buy the cheapest tickets wherever you go. You can always move around. And make sure to watch at least one game from an outfield berm on a blanket!

michned
12-13-2007, 06:40 PM
Lil Abner's Steakhouse is a unique southwestern BBQ experience with a small simple menu (huge portions of chicken, ribs or steaks served with with beans and salsa) and live C&W music on the weekends. It used to be in the middle of nowhere in the desert, but urban sprawl has gotten right up to it.

I drive by on my way home every evening. If I time it just right, I get a whiff of the steaks cooking over the mesquite grill. Mmmm!!

Actually, there is a lot to do down here as far as museums and day trips, like a drive up to Mt. Lemmon or Kartchner Caverns State Park. There's definitely not as much nightlife as Phoenix, so sometimes when people say there's nothing to do down here I think they are mainly speaking of that. But for everything else it's a great place to visit.

TDog
12-14-2007, 03:15 AM
The leading drama company in Arizona, the Arizona Theater Company, is based in Tucson. In March, it will be doing To Kill a Mockingbird in Tucson before taking the production to Phoenix in April. The Tucson Symphony Orchestra season will be active in March.

Others have mentioned the museums. The chimichanga was invented at a Tucson restaurant. Some of the best Mexican restaurants in the U.S. can be found in Tucson. If finding something to do means getting drunk, you can pretty much accomplish that anywhere, and Tucson certainly wouldn't be an exception.

Viva Medias B's
12-14-2007, 06:48 AM
Apparently, people who claim there is nothing to do in Tucson have not seen this (http://www.visittucson.org/). You can find things to do in Tucson. It just takes turning your brain on.

Every year, I stay at the Holiday Inn Palo Verde (http://www.hitucsonairport.com/home.aspx). It is the closest hotel to Tucson Electric Park.

As for places to dine, my top recommendation is Mama Louisa's (http://emol.org/mamalouisas/) at 2041 South Craycroft Road.

Mots09
12-14-2007, 08:12 AM
Every year, I stay at the Holiday Inn Palo Verde (http://www.hitucsonairport.com/home.aspx). It is the closest hotel to Tucson Electric Park.


Last year was my first time down in Tucson and that is the hotel we stayed at. "Bad news is the elevators are being fixed Good news is the elevators are being fixed."

Holiday Inn is great about shuttling you to the ballpark for FREE, and if you are nice to the desk folks and drivers they will drop you off downtown Tuscon if you want to knock down some cocktails.

The pool at the Palo Verde Compound is pretty nice just make sure to bring a cooler, and put it next to the pool then you have your own swim up bar :gulp:

I agree with skobabe8 just buy a ticket anywhere in the ballpark, and you can move around and watch the game from different vantage points.

doublem23
12-14-2007, 11:52 AM
Anyone know if there's a minimum age requirement to rent a car in Arizona? That will probably be the deal-breaker, as I have no interest in driving the 1,600 miles to Arizona.

ode to veeck
12-14-2007, 12:01 PM
Anyone know if there's a minimum age requirement to rent a car in Arizona? That will probably be the deal-breaker, as I have no interest in driving the 1,600 miles to Arizona.

most rental car companies set the policies on this, not specific states, the typical age barrrier being 25 or so. It could vary by rental company, so if that doens't work for you, you may still be able to find a different rental company that allows it

Steelrod
12-14-2007, 12:39 PM
Sakura!
Sports bar that always hops! Foods good too. Lots of young players from all three teams hang out there.
Tombstone is 1 1/2 hours away and there's always Nogales Mexico.

cleogogo
12-14-2007, 12:47 PM
How about a round of golf, the baseball games, then the restaurant.
Fore!

michned
12-14-2007, 03:57 PM
Sakura!

Luis Gonzales still does their TV commercials (complete with really bad puns - as he's serving food while avoiding running into people he says, "I didn't realize I'd be such a good 'Dodger.' ").

SoxNation05
12-14-2007, 04:19 PM
I've gone to Tuscon the last 2 years and I have really been disapointed about the area. The Palo Verde is ok but I don't recomend eating in thier restraunt. If you are looking for autographs and plan on going early stop by the practice field next to the parking lot. Pitchers hang around a lot there and I talked to Bobby Jenks and Mike Macdougal over there. If you plan on going to the Phoneix area it is beautiful. Much more to do around there. However, I would not recomend going to see the Cubs play at HoHoKam park. It's something like 8 dollars for a hot dog.

102605
12-14-2007, 04:40 PM
The Saguaro National Park deserves some appreciation. Its got some great trails and places to see. Especially in March.

http://www.dianefarrisgallery.com/artist/bondar/ex06/Saguaro.jpg

Viva Medias B's
12-14-2007, 07:41 PM
During the daytime, you can visit Pima Air and Space Museum (http://www.pimaair.org/). You can take a tour of nearby Davis-Monthan Air Force Base's Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC (http://www.pimaair.org/view.php?pg=16)). I took that tour last March and found it fascinating.

For those of you interested in Catholic sites, one place to visit is the "White Dove in the Desert," Mission San Xavier del Bac (http://www.sanxaviermission.org/). While an active parish in the Diocese of Tucson, coincidentally shepherded by Bishop Gerald Kicanas who is a former auxiliary bishop in Chicago and a White Sox fan, Mission San Xavier is a historic church built by Jesuit missionary Rev. Eusebio Kino, S.J., in 1692. From its founding to the present day, the mission serves the Tohono O'odham community of Tucson. Another Catholic Church of interest is St. Augustine Cathedral (http://www.staugustinecathedral.com/) in Downtown Tucson where Bishop Kicanas usually celebrates Mass. If you are a Catholic staying in the Tucson Electric Park area, the local parish to attend Mass is St. John the Evangelist (http://www.stjohnscs.org/) at 602 West Ajo Way.

michned
12-14-2007, 10:29 PM
...coincidentally shepherded by Bishop Gerald Kicanas who is a former auxiliary bishop in Chicago and a White Sox fan...

Viva, you know more about Tucson than most Tucsonans. :smile:

The Bishop makes several appearances at Spring Training games cheering on the Sox.

salty99
12-14-2007, 10:30 PM
Viva, you know more about Tucson than most Tucsonans. :smile:

The Bishop makes several appearances at Spring Training games cheering on the Sox.


Can he lead-off and play center as well?

michned
12-14-2007, 10:34 PM
I've gone to Tuscon the last 2 years and I have really been disapointed about the area. The Palo Verde is ok but I don't recomend eating in thier restraunt. If you are looking for autographs and plan on going early stop by the practice field next to the parking lot. Pitchers hang around a lot there and I talked to Bobby Jenks and Mike Macdougal over there. If you plan on going to the Phoneix area it is beautiful. Much more to do around there. However, I would not recomend going to see the Cubs play at HoHoKam park. It's something like 8 dollars for a hot dog.

Unfortunately I think a lot of people are disappointed because the park is in sort of a desolate area with nothing around it except a hospital and Juvie Hall. But head 10 miles in any direction and it's a really nice place, honest.

michned
12-14-2007, 10:35 PM
Can he lead-off and play center as well?

Heck, he'd probably take Kenny up on the offer!

doctor30th
12-14-2007, 10:36 PM
The Sanoran Desert Museum is great I enoyed it. I have a picture I have to post, after reading this thread I look through them and found an interesting picture. in the coner there is a guy flipping off the World Series Champs banner that was up in 2006 when I went down there. His shirt Says Professional Douche bag. I'll get it up on photo bucket. Well, if its ok to post? Thats a Moderators call.

salty99
12-14-2007, 10:40 PM
The Sanoran Desert Museum is great I enoyed it. I have a picture I have to post, after reading this thread I look through them and found an interesting picture. in the coner there is a guy flipping off the World Series Champs banner that was up in 2006 when I went down there. His shirt Says Professional Douche bag. I'll get it up on photo bucket. Well, if its ok to post? Thats a Moderators call.

I bet it's that comedian Scott Deininger who works/or used to work for the Cubs. He was a couple of years older than me in high school.

btrain929
01-12-2008, 11:34 AM
So, so far the tips I've read about for Spring Training games in Tucson are:

-Buy the cheapest ticket available, cuz you can move around freely when in the park.
-The players seem relaxed and available before the game.
-That Mama Amelias restaurant is recommended.

Other things I'm curious about....

-How early before games do the players go out to the field?
-Is the practice/back fields right next to TEP.
-I always hear about the B games going on. Are these at the main field, or some back field? Do you have to pay to watch those games? Can you watch those games?
-When's the best time to try to get auto's from the players?
-Are there any casinos in the area?

Thanks in advance.

salty99
01-12-2008, 12:08 PM
The practice fields are right by the main stadium. There is a big fence around most of it.

btrain929
01-13-2008, 02:23 AM
Are tickets always available when you walk up to the stadium? Or are some of the games ever actually "sold out" (Cubs vs Sox) ?? This way I know whether or not to bother looking for tickets on Stubhub/Ebay...

TDog
01-13-2008, 03:33 AM
Are tickets always available when you walk up to the stadium? Or are some of the games ever actually "sold out" (Cubs vs Sox) ?? This way I know whether or not to bother looking for tickets on Stubhub/Ebay...

In 1999, I drove from Yuma to Tucson to see a Sox spring game. My team happened to be playing the Cubs that March Saturday. The game was sold out, but I had driven about 2.5 hours. I waited for tickets to be returned and ended up sitting behind Al Smith. Joe Crede won the game with a two-out pinch-hit double in the ninth. The Cubs seemed relieved that they didn't have to play extra innings.

Another Saturday I went to see a game between the Sox and the Brewers. The park was almost empty. I haven't lived in Arizona since 1999, so I don't know what the trends are.

Exhibition baseball, though, really isn't worth the price of admission. You have to really like being close to the players because the teams don't seem to care very much about winning.

btrain929
01-13-2008, 09:18 PM
As far as getting autographs are concerned, does it tend to be the less popular, younger guys signing? Or does the majority of the team attempt to do signings before/after the game? I just wanna know what I should bring to the games and what my chances will be of getting certain players auto's.....

salty99
01-13-2008, 09:47 PM
As far as getting autographs are concerned, does it tend to be the less popular, younger guys signing? Or does the majority of the team attempt to do signings before/after the game? I just wanna know what I should bring to the games and what my chances will be of getting certain players auto's.....

When I was there almost the whole team signed. Most people were going for the big stars, so if can recognize some of the lesser know players and young kids they will gladly come right over.

btrain929
01-13-2008, 10:12 PM
When I was there almost the whole team signed. Most people were going for the big stars, so if can recognize some of the lesser know players and young kids they will gladly come right over.

Nice. I was contemplating buying a bunch of 8x10's of the individual players, but now that I'm thinking about it, I might just buy a bat and have as many players as possible sign it.

Was there a specific time that they did the auto's? Before the game? After? During the game for players not playing? All of the above?

salty99
01-14-2008, 08:24 AM
Nice. I was contemplating buying a bunch of 8x10's of the individual players, but now that I'm thinking about it, I might just buy a bat and have as many players as possible sign it.

Was there a specific time that they did the auto's? Before the game? After? During the game for players not playing? All of the above?


I got some during warmups at Hi Corbett, and alot before a game at TEP thru the blue fence between teh parking lot and stadium. I also got some after they were taken out of the game by the same blue fence. The third place I got some was after the game in Tempe against the Angels. They would sign way down in the right field corner inside the park because the bus was parked outside the gates there.

skobabe8
01-14-2008, 10:00 AM
It was hard for me to get used to standing along the wall down a foul line watching players stretch and warm up, and then all of a sudden have 2 or 3 of them come right up to you and start signing stuff. Without even asking them, mind you. To say the players are 'accessible' is an understatement. :D:

Im sorry I wont be able to go this year, but you *******s better post alot of pictures!! :cool:

roylestillman
01-14-2008, 10:11 AM
Are tickets always available when you walk up to the stadium? Or are some of the games ever actually "sold out" (Cubs vs Sox) ?? This way I know whether or not to bother looking for tickets on Stubhub/Ebay...

The Cub game is almost always sold out. The others at TEP are pretty available especially weekday games. To be sure tickets are set to go on sale on-line this Saturday. Somehow a few years back I got on TEP's mailing list and now get an advanced "VIP" order form. For future years you may want to call the park to get on the list.

spawn
01-16-2008, 07:49 AM
Lot's of helpful hints here. Thanks to everyone that posted. So, when do the players start their warmups before games? I want to get there in plenty of time to get autographs. Also, the games I'll be able to attend are the Padres (3/18) and the Rockies (3/19). Are you guys saying I don't have to worry about getting tickets for those games in advance?

diehardRLsoxfan
01-19-2008, 12:33 AM
Anyone know if there's a minimum age requirement to rent a car in Arizona? That will probably be the deal-breaker, as I have no interest in driving the 1,600 miles to Arizona.


If you are over 18 but under 25 you can still rent a car you will just have to pay an extra 25 dollars a day and be limited as to what cars you can rent. I did that for my road trip to vegas last year, where I dropped a hundo on the sox to win the world series. In hindsight that was a mistake:whiner:

MarySwiss
01-19-2008, 04:23 PM
I just ordered my tickets for Sox/Angels at Tempe Diablo. For any of you who are planning to spend time in the Phoenix area, Diablo is, IMO, one of the best venues around. It was renovated two seasons ago and even before that, it was one of my favorites. We always order lawn because you can move around the park freely. It's also comparatively easy to get in and out of, located right off I-10.

Sox play the Angels there on Friday, March 7.

FedEx227
01-19-2008, 05:50 PM
I'll be going to my first spring training ever, can't wait should be amazing.

Going the week of March 10th.

MarySwiss
01-19-2008, 06:08 PM
I'll be going to my first spring training ever, can't wait should be amazing.

Going the week of March 10th.

I hope you enjoy it. And I know you'll enjoy the break from the weather! :D:

FedEx227
01-20-2008, 10:55 PM
I hope you enjoy it. And I know you'll enjoy the break from the weather! :D:

Yeah gee I don't know.... I really can't imagine leaving this beautiful 7*F weather.

Viva Medias B's
01-20-2008, 11:35 PM
For those of you planning to travel to Tucson for ST who happen to be Catholic and want to know where to go to Mass, the nearest Catholic Church to TEP Park (2500 East Ajo Way) is St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church/Iglesia Católica de San Juan Evangelista at 602 West Ajo Way (or 12th and Ajo), about 5-10 minutes (depending on traffic) west of TEP on Ajo Way. St. John's serves Tucson's South Side Latino community whose parishoners are very welcoming to visitors. Personally, I have developed such a closeness to St. John's that I attend daily Mass in addition to Sunday Mass there when in Tucson. And I do not attend daily Mass normally.

SoxNation05
01-21-2008, 02:46 PM
Yeah gee I don't know.... I really can't imagine leaving this beautiful 7*F weather.

Where I am at it is getting a lot worse then 7* I'd love to take a vacation to your town.

ChiSoxGirl
01-21-2008, 09:50 PM
Looks like I'll be in Phoenix for a few days during the last week of March! I'm going to San Diego for Spring Break to visit my uncle & cousins, and we're going to drive to Phoenix for four days (leave on Easter and come back the following Wednesday) and are likely staying at the Chaparral Suites Resort in Scottsdale. From what my uncle told me about it (he stayed there in 2005), it's a fantastic place. We're going to see the Sox play in Peoria against Seattle on the 24th :bandance: and will take in another ST game (possibly the Padres) on the 25th. This will be my first time at Spring Training in six years, so I'm pretty stoked!

Medford Bobby
01-22-2008, 09:44 PM
Looks like I'll be in Phoenix for a few days during the last week of March! I'm going to San Diego for Spring Break to visit my uncle & cousins, and we're going to drive to Phoenix for four days (leave on Easter and come back the following Wednesday) and are likely staying at the Chaparral Suites Resort in Scottsdale. From what my uncle told me about it (he stayed there in 2005), it's a fantastic place. We're going to see the Sox play in Peoria against Seattle on the 24th :bandance: and will take in another ST game (possibly the Padres) on the 25th. This will be my first time at Spring Training in six years, so I'm pretty stoked!

There has to be a lot of new locations since your last visit here, including the two new one's here in Tucson.....they already have a Double-Double with extra animals waitn' for you!!:D:

http://www.in-n-out.com/locations.asp

ChiSoxGirl
01-22-2008, 09:50 PM
There has to be a lot of new locations since your last visit here, including the two new one's here in Tucson.....they already have a Double-Double with extra animals waitn' for you!!:D:

http://www.in-n-out.com/locations.asp

In-N-Out.... :drool: I can taste it now! There's one in San Diego where I always stop at least once during my trip. Besides, a double-double is way too big for me. :wink:

Medford Bobby
01-22-2008, 09:57 PM
In-N-Out.... :drool: I can taste it now! There's one in San Diego where I always stop at least once during my trip. Besides, a double-double is way too big for me. :wink:
My daughter can put away a double-double and also down a single and still keep her swimming figure!!(Oh, to have a teen-agers stomach!):o:

ChiSoxGirl
01-22-2008, 10:06 PM
My daughter can put away a double-double and also down a single and still keep her swimming figure!!(Oh, to have a teen-agers stomach!):o:

:o: With that said, though, I do treat myself to a shake at In-N-Out... they're too awesome to pass up.

michned
01-22-2008, 11:52 PM
My daughter can put away a double-double and also down a single and still keep her swimming figure!!(Oh, to have a teen-agers stomach!):o:

Considering they built the new one five minutes from my house, I have been doing a good job staying away. I do break down and go about once every two weeks though!

Medford Bobby
01-23-2008, 09:18 AM
Considering they built the new one five minutes from my house, I have been doing a good job staying away. I do break down and go about once every two weeks though!

We stopped at the El Con location in December and the lines were still long out the door.....!

Medford Bobby
01-23-2008, 11:54 AM
:o: With that said, though, I do treat myself to a shake at In-N-Out... they're too awesome to pass up.
I have always been a vanilla type of guy......:wink:

spawn
01-23-2008, 11:58 AM
I have always been a vanilla type of guy......:wink:
I'm a chocolate type of guy myself. :redneck

ChiSoxGirl
01-23-2008, 08:38 PM
I have always been a vanilla type of guy......:wink:

It's all about the strawberry for me! :wink:

Medford Bobby
01-23-2008, 08:44 PM
It's all about the strawberry for me! :wink:

Didn't Mc Donalds years ago have a 3 flavoured shake???:?: