Indian Springs Ranch
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... I could have had a Telsa!I was careful not to scratch it because as they say in the stores "you break it, you bought it!" and I didn't have $93,000 to pay for this if I broke it.
It was also a nice touch to have an Xbox console and large monitor to play for free in the middle of the mall walkway - this entertained our bored little ones while he grown-ups shopped. With the temps in the triple digits, it was at first good to be in the mall, but I found out the ...
... This hike kicked our butts. My calfs are still killing me. Angie and I can barely walk. Nicholas is fine. Coming down was killing our legs. Took about three hurts. Went to eat at Panda again. We were starving. Got back to the resort in time for star gazing again. Saw Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars through the ...
... the coach, and hooked up. I know from past experiences that I can personally feel the difference in elevation around 7000' and higher: breathing is a little more difficult, headache, and some weakness. I had no idea about this until last year when we stayed in Yellowstone at about 8000' and I woke up in the middle of the night - feeling less than well. All of this usually passes in about 24-48 hours as your body adapts. If you read up on ...
... open area to the other shops grouped in the same area. While waiting for the rain to stop we noticed a great view of Snoopy Rock surrounded by clouds. Made for a great picture!
After shopping for a while, Stephanie, my parents, and I left Sedona to head down to Phoenix. The rest of the group would follow us later on. The desert views driving out of Sedona were beautiful. We got another view ...
... game under the protection of the covered stands cost $27.00 on this Monday afternoon.
Field dimensions from left to centre to right field measure: 345', 380', 410', 380' and 345'.
Concession are well laid out and offer the usual non-diet but appetizing ball park fare. There are cheese dogs, baked potatoes with chili and cheese and even foot-long hotdogs to catch the attention of a sound appetite. Blue Moon and Fat Tire beer supplement the usual Miller/Budweiser standards. ...