Desert Sun Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We just pulled into a corps of engineer rv park, beautiful. We have water and electric a beautiful blue lake, will post pictures tomorrow , a cool breeze and 70* doesn't get much better than this. Not sure when this will post but we are really loving this. Will try to write more ...
... watched a bit of Blind Side before we headed off back to the house. Once we arrived back at the house me, Mike and Jane chilled out in the jacuzzi again.
Sunday was the last day so we chilled out around the house before heading over to Chris' for breakfast. I got Jack to pick me up rather than travel with the family as we needed to pick up their presents, we then picked up Ashleigh who was staying at Chris' house and made the excuse how we needed to ...
... were staked out in our room. So we went in, had a chat with them for a while until they finally got everything fixed at about 9:30.
Day 3 - Joshua Tree National Park (West section)
Big day for Finola today. She hasn't driven for ages, and hardly at all on the RHS, but it was her turn today (we've decided to take turns driving). The trip to Joshua Tree National Park took about 50 minutes and Finola did great. The ...
... Los Angeles flight of 3 hrs 47 min. (or Edmonton to Calgary in 6 minutes). Typically, they would depart someplace in Europe, perform a reconnaissance mission over Russia, traverse the polar route over Canada and then land in Texas. As an Air Traffic Controller, I tracked their flight path, documented in-flight data, filed position reports, determined their next reporting location/time and forwarded that info to NORAD in Colorado. On one occasion, the pilot asked ...
... of major cities. so, i have a tent, pad, and bag. together they compose almost 75% of the volume and 50% of the weight i am packing, even though they are small and lightweight versions of each. my tent is a trust and ancient north face lunar light, my bag is down, and my pad is a new REI ultralight self-inflater. i bought a new pad because it take up about half the volumn when compressed than did my original thermarest. i tossed in a tiny silk bag ...