Falcon Point Resort
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... in the truck and took them to a few more stores as I had discount in one that I thought Chayce would like.
Everyone got changed and met up at the Excalibur buffet and Chayce treated us to dinner...it was delicious!! So much choice and it all tasted so good...what a treat!
After, Darren and I headed to Fremont Street as it was our last chance to see it....we watched people doing the zipline and lots of people ...
We didn't have much planned for today but had lots to do tomorrow to get ready to hit the road again.
On our walks around Avon Darren found a little consignment store that sells boards etc...but also sells second hand for cheaper. He bought a new stomp pad for his new board and as we walked back, the heavens opened! We managed to make it to a starbucks so we could warm up...it didn't last long and it was bright sunshine ...
We set out this morning for the annual pine Creek Cookhouse event with much anticipation. This event is expensive, at $75 per head, but the expense is offset by the beautiful surroundings and excellent food. By the time we arrived, parking was going to be challenge, but we finally got ourselves parked and after some moving if chairs, cutlery, etc, we planted ourselves on Pat's table, giving me the opportunity to catch up with the ladies and Bill. Did I ever mention that the music ...
... Tavern. Passing the post office, I had a giggle about the visit we made there in 2007, and I still wonder how we survived that visit. The tavern was in full swing, and we got ourselves a table and ordered a late lunch. As usual, the walls are filled with thousands of photos, and it was nice to see that John Denver's photos are still in the same corner. As we were preparing to leave, Kathy, Julie, and Pat arrived, so we stopped long enough to get some photos ...
... but the white bark was striking. It would have been beautiful a week or two earlier.
I read that the aqueduct was a good turning point so we kept going but there wasn't much to see except a small waterfall 20 min later. I hate turning around, always wondering if we're just 5 min from an incredible view, but it was 90 degrees, we'd been hiking all day and the trail went uphill ahead with no sign of an opening for a spectacular view soon so we bailed ...