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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... back. a little over a mile. was a decent safe hike for kids. didn't venture down far at all with the kids. too many cliffs.
4 corners and meteor crater on the way back to Scottsdale. long drive that day racing to get to the crater before it closed and avoiding storms....
drove through a couple of wild flooded road areas.
... lunch special ($7.95) which consisted of two empanadas of your choice with black beans, slaw, and rice. The pastry was light and flakey and the fillings were mouth-watering. After lunch we checked out the Mesa Arts Center complex and continued to look around town. We took the slow route back towards Gold Canyon and noted the locations of numerous other RV parks, which are plentiful in this area.
It rained overnight and the forecast called for a rainy day but we managed to ...
... to stop there for lunch on route to Scottsdale. The drive to Sedona was the most incredible road Jon and I had ever driven. We left 7,000 feet and it was probably about 5,000 in Sedona. We rounded corners to spectacular vistas, mountainous, winding, incredibly beautiful.
As we reached Sedona the rock formations turned red and we all watched in awe as we approached the town of Sedona. It was now 17 degrees and sunny. We ...
... gentleman sitting right behind me (we’re talking a foot apart) jumped up, whoot-whooted (well ok, the old guy equivalent of
whooting) and yelled emphatically “Is that an organ, or is that an organ?!” I looked at at Roger, who was grinning from ear to ear, and choked on my pizza. That was Monday nite - an interesting evening.
So back to the hiking trails at Usery. The Wind Cave Trail is billed as ...
... balls I lost. When you hit into the desert, you don't go looking too deep into it because there are rattle snakes and scorpions. I did not feel any real need to make their acquaintance. There were not too many water hazards on the course but I was able to find them all. One of them might have been a backyard pool but did not want to find out - take a stroke, hit another ball and get ...