Fleur de Lac European Inn B&B
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... Planner. she would love to showcase her talents and I though this might be a great opportunity to do so.
At about 10 minutes after 1 we pulled out of the parking lot and headed for Grand Terrace, CA. I took some pictures of many fields around the area, I never knew that there was so much agriculture in this area. But as you can see from the couple of pictures how much there is.
We arrived at Mike and Jenny Croy's house a couple of ...
... with scary eyes that follow you as you drive past. We were again on (or still on - we hadn't noticed earlier) the Beale Wagon Road as we drove through the large Kingman, but a not unattractive Kingman where they hold an annual Route 66 Classic Car Rally. Then came the switchbacks of the narrow Oatman 'highway' where Harry got all excited again like he had when we approached the climb to Jerome out of Cottonwood. The rock formations on the side of the mountain range ...
... State Water Project, the largest state-built and operated multipurpose water and power system in the United States, includes 34 storage facilities, 20 pumping plants, four pumping-generating plants, five hydroelectric powerplants, and approximately 701 miles of canals, tunnels, and pipelines including the 444-mile California Aqueduct.
After taking a drink from the "Where Your Water Comes From" fountains, your water journey starts with a dazzling visual display ...
... there was a pony photo session going on in the lawn. They provided all the outfits and props so I asked if DJ wanted to try it. And he did not even hesitate. The second time for DJ was at Griffith Park just before his preschool year. He upgraded to a miniature pony ride. And this time, he didn't even exude any sign of fear. At this point, I can say he's a natural.
It took about an hour and a few minutes to ...
... I don't know how long we stood like that. 10 seconds? 10 minutes? Time washed away, the night suspended. I think somebody even walked by in the darkness, but we didn't care, we didn't budge. It reminded me of Crested Butte, in the arms of a lover. A lover unknown, but so familiar.
But all good things must come to an end. My persistence eventually got the best of me and led to that awkward moment where two faces perform ungraceful ...