La Fuente Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... explain. I passed through Palm Springs, and felt some unsettled movement in the car. Like a bush was loose in the rear suspension. I looked at the trees for wind but there wasn't many, and the ones I saw weren't moving too much. I was right to suspect wind as, soon enough I came across the biggest wind farm I'd ever seen. It went for kilometres and there were thousands. Rows and rows of them, all in this valley I was driving through, between two ...
... with the big-ass truck, right Eva? (I said big-ass TRUCK, not big-ass brother-in-law).
Today, Eva & Doug went golfing with some friends. We did laundry (solar drying, Brie!), and watched the Canada/Finland hockey game on PVR with Eva & Doug and friends. BBQ steak supper later, then tomorrow we are off to Mesa. The week here just flew by! Thanks to Eva & Doug for their hospitality. :)
... us through all the buildings and gave us an hour walking tour of the facility and out buildings. Some original to the site and some added on to and used for other purposes after the war. We are going back on Sunday for a Civil War Re-Inactment, complete with Canon Fire!!
We also took a ride out through the fields where they were picking romaine and growing other types of lettuce and cauliflower and broccoli. Yuma is the winter ...
So today, we started with breakfast before our last rides with Mesa and Sabino, a slow ride for Tanya and fast for Tom. The fast ride was the best so far a constant hour of loping, with just a couple of short walks where the track was too rocky, so was really enjoyed and it was a small group so very good fun. Tanya and her horse, Sabino, had a love hate relationship; being a beginner she was put on Sabino as she was a slow horse, however it would ...
... Show in the evening. Bob Anderson is a Los Vegas performer who imitates singers from the 50s and 60s such as Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Bennett, etc. Bob seemed to not know or has forgotten how to use a hand held microphone so the sound was the pits. The highlight of the show was the last song he sang, a Frank Sinatra song that someone from the audience had requested. He sang it a capella. Greg and I were ticket takers so we didn’t pay to get ...