Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free airport shuttle
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... to a recording on the way from my Enneagram course I'm taking. It was a conversation between Helen Palmer and Jessica Dibb. They were talking about intuition. It was quite remarkable in many ways. I am sending you by email the transcript of that talk. I will use much of that on my quest. I have had some experience with intuition in the business setting. In several meetings that I had with clients when they ...
... on track to fly out on October 19th.
Camped at Crossroads RV Park Wells, NV.
Interesting place, only $14.25 a night but I can see why. The
bathroom is clean enough but it has one toilet and two showers. All
in the same room. So if someone is taking a shower you wait for the
loo and vice versa. Still, the WIFI was better than a lot of other
places so I was able to do some blog catch up posts.
... trip so far. Seeing a landscape of just dried lava flow stretch for miles and miles was just surreal.
Our last stop was supposed to be the Shoshone Ice Caves, but once we got there we weren’t really feeling like it was worth it. The tour was 45 minutes and only 15 of those minutes were actually in the cave. So we skipped it and drove on until we saw another attraction that we were planning on seeing tomorrow, Mammoth Cave. We decided that since we were ...
Jess stayed with us for a week or so while looking for a place to live - she found a cute apartment, and we helped her get her car running and her furniture into the apartment. She's still looking for a job, and we're about to head out of here.
Despite our hoping to not have to go back to ...
... climb. It was hot, and I'd hoped to take a dip in the river before facing this climb, but the road and river went different directions! So I doused myself with water from a water bottle, and headed up what was a 2-mile decent climb, followed by a more gradual uphill for another 6-7 miles. At one point, we passed a house whose sprinkler was wetting the edge of the road, and I got off my ...