Rancho Manana Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... the women next to our campsite stepped out of the KOA "Kabin" next door wearing the identical pajamas I had on!
We've just spent a few days with friends of mine from my home town of Park Rapids, MN who have a ranch near Cave Creek and Carefree. Currently with other friends in Mesa. That log will begin sometime later tonight. I'm sending this now because I didn't want you to forget us!
... real than reading the history books..
Further along the trail he told of entrepreneurs who had bought up land out here in the wilds, for thousands of dollars, started to build huge mansions and for various reasons, were now only worth hundreds... he was a very interesting leader of our pack...hehe..
All the horses behaved well and we all had a fantastic ride however the last 20mins were so painful.. I have never riden western before and having ...
... I only had the phone camera, so the photo isn't great, but you'll get an idea of how they look. White blossoms, a new one for me in the cactus experience. I got back to the coach by about nine.
After I spent a time basking in the sun and showered, it was time to go inside and enjoy the A/C for a few hours.
By afternoon, my ol' buddy, Pete arrived. He's going to a get-together with his bros ...
... two cyclists. It looks as though it might be a do-able route on the bike. It was a six mile hike, so the ride should be just right, that is, if I have the energy tomorrow. While I was hiking, I got my weekly call from our daughter Lisa. It's always a treat to catch up on what's going on in her life and share a bit about what I've been up to. Conveniently, there was a stone bench alongside of the ...
... sun moved, it didn't help much. I felt obligated to take a nap to make up for it. It's not called retirement for nothin', you know.
I'm looking forward to dinner and a walk through the campground in search of another few shots of the sunset. I do love 'em, and hope that you're not bored with my selection. It's a simple life I lead here and don't need much for stimulation. Thanks God.
Thanks again for stopping by, virtually, of course...