Tuscan Springs Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Around every corner was another great photo; so many that it will be hard to choose amongst them. The path leads you in a loop until you find yourself back at the beginning. The road continues around to a nice area with numerous picnic tables where we ate our packed lunch while watching chipmunks and birds capture and eat large, long-legged beetles.
Farther down the road was an unpaved, non-maintained geology tour trail. Although the guide says cars can follow to the ...
Our first two weeks down here have been a little hectic with getting two units ready for occupancy, one for us and one for our renters. I won't go into all of the problems but one thing I found out is: If you have a problem with a store, the further up the food chain you go the more success you will have ...
... 4:15. This is great for two reasons. First, I'll avoid the worst of the heat. And second, by leaving early, I may beat Ray home. He has more than 535 miles to go, and I have "only" 275. Edge in the "who's-gonna-make-it home-first" contest goes to me.
I'm on US-60, riding west for 50 miles or so, mostly in the dark. It's a very boring road; not a turn to be had. But I can see forever, thanks in part to a new LED headlight I ...
... then back to their place for happy hour on the patio and a game of Sequence! Out came the calendar, as we planned every moment of the next week, to be sure we wouldn't waste any time.
Sunday, we shared in their famous "Eggs Knollenberg" before heading out to Empire Polo Grounds
... had a brief meet with Craig and Linda in Oregon but really didn't know much about them. We do now! They are from Portland, OR and have been full time RVr's for the past 3.5 years.
They have spent a great deal of their time volunteering at Oregon and California state parks in exchange for an RV site. One of their experiences really sticks in my mind. They spoke of a particular remote California desert state park. They spent six months there including the summer months. 120 ...