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Discussion: Colorado River Leagues
|Jan. 1, 2007|
|Colorado River Leagues|
I am enroute to northern AZ, somewhere along Co River in a motor home. Will spend couple months there. Can anyone tell me, please, if there are any senior leagues in either Bullhead City or Lake Havasu City???
I am flexible on where I go but do not wish to go as far south as Yuma and have no interest in metro areas like Phoenix.
I would like to get on the field 2-4 days a week and may have some interest in tourney ball in the area.
I play on several traveling teams in summer and would like to get back into shape a bit earlier this winter in AZ.
|Jan. 2, 2007|
|Thats good you have no interest in Phoenix we don't want you here anyway. We don't need anymore snowbirds.|
|Jan. 3, 2007|
|hey tomtom, |
longballer only speaks for himself. you are more than welcome to come to phoenix, plenty of softball here.
i've heard that prescott has a league. good luck......
|Jan. 7, 2007|
at my age, I try to avoid driving in the bigger cities.
I have prayed for Longball.
I'll keep looking.
|Jan. 9, 2007|
|I have learned (apart from message boards) that there is pickup ball in Bullhead City. Also heard that Lake Havasu has several teams. Does anyone have any idea as to who I would contact? A phone no. and name? Thanks.|
Trouble is that I think that all the RV sites are full for rest of winter. So maybe the question is moot.
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