The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain
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... in two cars to the pool house. The place has a one deep pool for people that want to do laps & then they have a pool that starts out with a gradual start then stairs & then the majority of the rest of the pool is at 3ft. Both kids enjoyed playing in the water though it wasn't heated & it wasn't that hot out. There is also a water slide & a play pad but they are not open until the May. It is crazy that they are not open year round since a lot of ...
... many, many years ago and in this case, mined for copper here in the valley…
I don't have a clue how many copper mines there were in the valley but at one time there were at least 4 or 5 smelters that received ore from the mines and would use a smelter to work down the copper to a pure material and drag off ...
... the world when the outside conditions change it effects air pressure in the controlled environment. So on each end are two huge (see pictures) lungs that breath for the biosphere by increasing or decreasing the air pressure in the biosphere. There are 5 modern style quonset huts that contain all the generators and engines to run the system which has of 7 million square feet under 6,500 windows. There are literally thousands of miles of wiring, pipes and duct work. The cost ...
... is prime for attracting travelers just passing through and the steady flow of travelers that make repeat trips. This new store is beautiful and stocked full of your favorite Bowlin merchandise as well as a few new surprises. We carry an enormous selection of southwestern gifts and souvenirs. We also have Native American handcrafted jewelry, Mexican Imports, and much much more.
We got to the trailhead early this morning. The trail looked to be longer than it turned out to be, but parts of it were rather "severe", as opposed to moderate. The trekking poles did the job and added a lot of security to the hike, especially when descending the rocky steps.
The view from the overlook was good, but finding two caches on the way back was the real highlight. I made a trade for an antler fashioned into a whistle. I'll drop it later ...