SmokeTree Resort & Bungalows
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... John’s house to make life easier for him till he gets the cast off and then did shopping for him. Also bought him a new fry pan-desperately needed!! It is 101 degrees here today!! After shopping I did 2 loads of laundry for him. He should be able to survive for a while now. His friend Norn came by and he ‘may’ be able to take John to that appt in a month to get the cast off. We cooked a pork loin for dinner and watched a couple of movies. It ...
... the park. As I get close to Holbrook, I take a double look at this place. It had to be at least 20 miles from the park but I had to ask who would take a piece of the park and possible pay $325 or buy what ever you want for a lot less here
Then, I saw this place and told myself that one of these days, I'm doing this. From the road, they look really cool. I think it is much more ...
... trail which leads back to the Clay Mine Trail. Another climb ensued. We finally reached the last high point and headed down toward camp. On our way, earlier, we met a couple of other campers. The fellow told us of their experience just after dark last night. The spotted several javalinas right at their campsite! We've been searching for them for the last couple of years, with no luck. He said that there was a boar and several females, but most ...
... of touristy shops and restuarants .... so we headed home on the bus as we were expecting Ian and Jo to arrive in the evening..
They arrived safely at 8pm and the lads ( including Robin ) all went out on a stag night..
Tuesday Mark took the 4 of us for a drive to Superstition mountains and the Apache Trail.. It was very different terrain here with winding narrow roads leading to great views of huge mountains, ...
... surrounded by several dozen small booths from which, at busy times of the year, one can purchase overpriced trinkets, undiscovered objets d'art and 5-for-$20 t-shirts. Exactly the gravitas one would expect of a national treasure. In October, the selection is skimpy.
Onward, we drove toward Shiprock. Shiprock (the town) is a Navajo tribal headquarters, often mentioned in Tony Hillerman’s books as the headquarters for detective Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn. We looked forward to ...