scott trees, 74. Farm boy from Illinois living in paradise on the Central CA coast in Arroyo Grande. Love Bob, flowers, pets, travel, college sports.

Arroyo Grande, California
Joined Jan 2011
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7 Loved Places


  • Atlanta Eagle Midtown, Atlanta
  • Eagle LA Silverlake, Los Angeles
  • San Diego Eagle North Park, San Diego
  • Arizona Sunburst Inn Central Phoenix, Phoenix


  • strees
    strees reviewed Arizona Sunburst Inn Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Great Bed and Breakfast in Phoenix
    My partner, Bob, and I really enjoyed our stay at the Arizona Sunburst Inn. Tim, the owner, was friendly and attentive to all our needs. Our room was poolside, but quiet and well appointed. The atmosphere was very friendly and outgoing among the guest. Clothes are optional--yeah! We enjoyed sunbathing around the pool. The B+B is close to lots of gay bars, restaurants, baths and other Phoenix attractions. We'll stay there the next time were in this beautiful city.

  • strees
    strees reviewed Bearfoot Inn Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Great Bear Resort in Palm Springs
    This was our first time staying at the Bearfoot Inn. It was a fun place. The rooms were clean and completely remodeled. The pool and hot tub area has lots of sunlight and was alive with cute bears. It's within walking distance to the downtown bars and restaurants. We'd definitely stay there the next time we're in Palm Springs.

  • strees
    strees reviewed Eagle LA Over a year ago
    Hates it

    Discrimination at the Eagle Bar
    My partner and I, both 65, were blatantly discriminated tonight at the Eagle in LA. There was only a dozen or so people in the bar at 6:30. The young bar tender saw us come in and sit at the bar. We set there for 10 minutes without being approached by the bartender. We finally got up and walked out without a word from him. Not a very friendly place and if not blatant discrimination against older guys (BTW, we are both in better shape than 90% of the patrons and the bartender himself), then it is completely incompetence on the part of the management to hire and train bartenders that are customer friendly. In the age of SCRUFF and GRINDR, one would think that gay bars would be trying to attract and keep customers. Went to the Faultline Bar and found a much friendlier bartender who served us. Don't tolerate discrimination within a gay bar. Avoid the Eagle LA.

  • strees
    strees reviewed Atlanta Eagle Over a year ago
    Hates it

    clickish bar with no leather
    The bar reminded me of one New Mexico. Almost all locals and very clickish, not friendly at all to new comers. I wouldn't recommend it. Also, where's the leather? I only saw one guy in leather. TV's were playing some cooking show and the music was only so-so. Get used to smoke because it's a smoking bar.

  • strees
    strees reviewed San Diego Eagle Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Great Bar
    My partner and I had a great time at the Eagle on a recent visit to San Diego. The crowd was very friendly and not clickish like some of the Hillcrest area bars. We loved the bartenders--good drinks. The men were hot and happy to please!