Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Woodland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... us while continuing to graze. A couple of them had moved further away from the road thanks to the guy that pulled right up. Idiot. They all appeared to be female as we didn’t see that any of them had antlers. It was pretty cool.
After we were done with that it was time to head back home. We retraced our steps back to Show Low and on the way, I stopped at a place called Sportsman’s Warehouse. It was packed full of camping, fishing, ...
... good and beats any restaurant breakfast, hands down. Thanks Marsha.
After breakfast we took off to take a look at another house that some other friends we know from Temecula own. They had it built in 2010 and although the husband has been retired for a number of years, she is still working. I understand she plans to retire this year and they may make this their primary residence. The home is a big one, at over 3,000 square feet and is ...
... ponderosa forestland along Arizona’s Mogollon Rim. The two became concerned about one encroaching on the other’s privacy. Perhaps on a clear day one could see a wisp of smoke rising from other’s property. Whatever the reason Cooley and Clark agreed it was getting too crowded and one of the two parties had to move.
The issue was to be settled, not by intimidation or gunplay, but with a deck of cards. The game, called ...
... girls haven't let go of them yet, which is so adorable.
Alle and Eric have decided they will go home tonight and enjoy a quiet ride down the mountain while the girls sleep. Nothing worse than fussy kids on a long ride. We've taken the trip up to the rim many times now since living in AZ and it brings to mind some of our trips when Alle was young. Like so many kids on a long drives, she ...
... nice out there. The place is really too big for us, but would be perfect if our whole family of kids and grandkids were here.
On Wednesday we got the fishing licenses and headed to Fool's Hollow Lake, which had the facilities we felt were necessary for the kiddos. We managed to get a fishing platform that was empty and brought a pop up to keep the kids (and me) out of the sun. We totally loved ...