Swiss Health Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shade with a cold one.
Another hot day. After making booking for our next two stops we decided it would be a good day to hang at the pool. The water is refreshing but warm and a great way to keep cool. After lunch, I went to Blair Station, the local RV parts store for a new hose holder for the shower. After installing it and cleaning the shower I went back to the pool for another dip at and read a few chapters of my book. It was still hot at the RV ...
... almost 2500 ft below. When the only visitors to the area were Cowboys wild Mustangs roamed the Island in the Sky and Dead Horse Point, separated from the remainder of the mesa by a 30 yard “neck” provided an ideal corral for rounding up these wild horses when the neck was fenced with branches and brushwood. The Cowboys ...
... the price ($20 a ticket) and reminded me that we need to listen to music more. The people watching in the casino was great! Some of those women (of a certain age) try WAY too hard, wearing dresses down to here with hems up to there, way too tight and enough makeup to sink a ship. And the stiletto heels and spiky, sprayed hair!! Bob and I were in shorts and capris (respectively) probably not trying hard ...
... them later as we played monopoly. We stopped often to give out filled water bottles to the people in the desert, on our last stop ever, we meet a man his goat and dog. The man looked just like Will-I-am glasses and all. His goat looked dead, but he picked it up and it was fine, very cute really. We gave him some water and waved as we drove away. Seconds later Dennis in disbelief told us we just ran over the goat. Guts had sprayed everywhere! Laughing we backed back as ...
... still reach the infamous San Andreas Fault. Not sure if we separated and walked opposite directions that we would meet at the same location though.
We then enter the visitors center, look at the exhibits and make a small donation to the cause.
A retired couple are quizzing the ranger about the trails. "Do we need to wear heavy jackets on the trails?" they ask. "No" answers the ranger. "You should be fine with the sweaters that you ...