Hidden Palms Resort & Condominiums
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... in Utah on Sundays, however you can take it into the country.
also with no alcohol on Indian reservations, you can take a little bit in, however if you take too much you get jailed for bootlegging. They like to jail you over here, like the poor clerk who got jailed for not signing certificates.
You should see my room here, or the three of them I should say, full size fridge, commercial size microwave, a coffee percolator and ...
... dear what happened to those active explorers?? We are saving all our energy for spring time in Vancouver, we are both looking forward to getting home to our favourite city of all! Needless to say we are REALLY looking forward to seeing all our family & friends - so be ready with lots of hugs everyone!! We have travelled many, many kilometres, seen lots of wonderful places, but as Dorothy says - There's no place like HOME!!!
I did not take proper notes on Saturday night.
Open Shooting before public display
These pictures were from the memorial show BEFORE the proposal to Emerald.
... 8217;s of
people there in an area about the size of one quarter of a football field. In
this area besides all the people were is 3 bars, music stage, 3 areas to order
food and of course….a horseshoe pit, located behind one of the bars, not sure
where you stood when you weren’t throwing your shoes (yes that narrow). It was
a hodgepodge of a place which gave it so much character. Rusty waited in line
for our ...
This bridge was made famous with the nursery-rhyme. (You know… "London Bridges falling down, falling down…") It was built in London in 1831. The bridge was plagued with constant repairs. So, in 1968 Robert McCulloch, the founder of Lake Havasu City, purchased the bridge from London for approximately ...