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For all of you great AZ folks out there that we met at the Pavillions in Scottsdale: Ann and I are now ENGAGED! Looks as if there will be a family consisting of a 340 4 speed Duster, '76 FJ40 Landcruiser, and an '83 Ramcharger. See all you guys at the next meeting. Is it time we do one at Greasewood Flat?? Good burgers, cold brew, and an outside view that cannot be beat.
 

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Right on!! Congrats......Greasewood.....yea, that's our old stompin grounds....Reatta pass,too
 

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Hey, that's cool! At least you have vehicles for a family already. Greasewood Flat ??? But, if their's good food, I'm their. Now we have to figure out when. I'd say the weekend after the 1st.
 

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Congratulations! Be careful...these Dodge babies multiply like rabbits! Take it from a mother who knows! ;D

Now, where is Greasewood Flats? For some reason Reatta Pass sounds familiar to me...please refresh my fading memory of its location as well.
 

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Greasewood Flats is just before Reata Pass restaurant. It was an old bunk house for cowboys in the late 1800's and served as a stage stop for the travellers that were Payson to Phoenix bound. Greasewood sits on about 6 or so acres that is owned by the Cavalier family. The Cavalier's have a welding shop (made of adobe) in downtown Scottsdale. Greasewood was turned into an inside/outside bar/restaurant in the 1970's. It has no phone. The outside area has dozens of picnic tables and fire barrels (55 gallon barrels that are sideways) that are lit at night for warmth and ambiance. The typical weekend has upwards of a hundred folks or so coming in to wet their whistle and eat a burger. Greasewood is a one-of-a kind place.
 
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