Arrabelle at Vail Square, A RockResort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last night Heather was starring in her own little horror movie called Sleepless in the Desert chronicling the overnight slide into insanity of the main character driven by irrational fear of bats, scorpions and unknown desert monsters lurking in the dark just outside a vulnerable tent and exacerbated by chronic lack of sleep, dehydration and …
After a final week at Chuckleberry of chainsawing, wood splitting and bunkering the place down for winter it was finally time to start a new chapter in my journey. Icecave would be picking me up and taking me out to a place called 'Half-way hotsprings for some relaxing and exploring before I headed off to Colorado.
I felt very melancholy about leaving the farm. On the one hand I was really excited to get out to Colorado for some snowboarding, but I had grown really attached to ...
... was outside in the cold (we had gained much altitude by the time we got to Zion so now, even with a sunny day, it was quite chilly. So, we split and headed to a fellow Yellowstoner's house to spend the night in Cedar City, Utah.
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