Inn at Eagle Mountain
Travel Blogs from Fountain Hills
... need fuel when I arrived at Orofino. I have never seen so many grain fields in my life—everywhere and not on the flat-they are in all the rolling hills-some quit steep. Finally there, and headed towards the pass. I had seen a very small sign saying there might be fire in the pass, but no others. This pass has almost 200 miles with no side roads that go anywhere. I am already tired. So on I go –windy and twisty and beautiful, following a beautiful river. ...
... program? Bangor University!
I’m not entirely sure what to expect at Bangor University and am always either feeling super excited or ready to just cough up my heart from the extreme amount of anxiety I have. Once I get settled in I know that this will be an amazing experience. I am practically packed and only have a few things to finish up before leaving. The first thing I want to do in Wales is visit the beach (even if it is ...
... the wires that control it. We put the lady in our van after the nicest lady cop arrived and did all the necessary paperwork. It turns out she lives in our park! Not far from my house! An hour later we were driving home, and taking the lady to her home. Took her in and met husband who is really on his last legs, can hardly walk, doesn’t talk more than a few words. Totally out of it. This will change their lives as I doubt she will get her license back and I doubt they ...
... turned to stone. And these are the monoliths you see now. The trail takes you by Canyon Lake, Apache Lake and Roosevelt Lake all fed by the Salt River.You pass through Goldmine, a boom town in its day. There are stories of fabulous wealth and lost treasures but became a bust town by 1900s. Just past Canyon Lake you arrive at Tortilla Flat. It is touristy but in a good way! The western boardwalk has ...
... 8217; repair! I cleaned the carport floor while the car was gone and looks so much better. Put a bunch more on Ebay and that is it till next month. You can put 50 items a month on with no fee. Just the selling fee and that is 9% which is pretty high!! The car was ready and Jerry drove me there to get it. This was his first time further east than Signal Butte Road. (Ironwood and Apache Trail is where John’s Auto repair is- on the NW corner, in about a third of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking