Our first stop was in Scottsdale at a small Mexican restaurant called Fiesta Burrito for an early lunch.
Doesn't he look cute sitting there like a movie star with his dark glasses on.
Then we drove along the road where Sarah Palin and Wayne Gretzky probably buy their cars.
We didn't see either one of them though, so we went to a car dealership that specializes in restoring antique cars. That was a surprisingly fun place to go - so many of the antique cars there were cars we remembered from our youth. Of course, it only takes 20 years for a car to be declared an antique. Here are some of my favorites.
|1959 Ford Edsel - these were only made for 3 years. I love the color.|
|Not sure what this was but it sure looks like a gangster car from the 1930s. Can't you just see Al Capone and/or Baby Face Nelson leaning out the windows to shoot at the good guys!|
|This looks like one his father used to own.|