Flamingo Resort Hotel
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"A good traveller has no fixed plans and is not intent on
After 2 days in Arches National Park we move on to Canyonlands. At 527 sq miles Canyonlands, which sits around the confluence of the large “Y” formed by the Green and Colorado rivers, is not large ...
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A light breeze, a voice or two, a big fly buzzing and an aircraft in the distance. That's what I can hear.
The fading warmth of the setting sun, the hardness of the rock beneath my bottom, the moistness of my sweaty feet and the cooling of the breeze on my forearms. That's what I feel.
What I see is landscape. Literally a 360 degree view from up here. In that landscape are ...
... shirts and shorts heading every which way. All are enjoying the warm weather. At times the main street has so many people walking on it that it reminds us of pedestrian traffic in downtown New York.
Our neighbors from Penticton, B.C. have visited Alaska, a place that we have placed on top of our bucket list. We feel that if we don't make the trip within the next couple of years that our age or our health may become an issue. We invited Nick and Bev over for a home made chili ...
... one gentleman asks if Maverick is a Bernese Mountain Dog. Well, I explain, he is big and has a tri- color coat like the mountain dog, but he is no mountain dog- he is an Aussie. The dogs were well behaved. Only one minor confrontation occurred when a fellow with an English Bull Dog allowed his dog to come towards Maverick. In doing so the dog crossed in front of and almost tripped a couple of pedestrians. Most dogs are pretty smart, some dog owners not so much.
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