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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... like this in Vermont" (he had no idea that he was answering our prayers...
We petitioned for some help. "We're afraid to go through that tunnel, would you mind escorting us by driving behind with your flashers on?" Luckily he consented without us resorting to begging and bribery. It was still a steep grade going through the tunnel so I warned him that we'd be excruciatingly slow, and he still agreed. Dennis Carroll from Vermont should have gotten Good Samaritan ...
... woods that only got my imagination going wild. While on the trail we had passed 2 older gentlemen that were out looking for game. I thought we had a case of Deliverance or The Hills Have Eyes. If anything at least we had the pit bulls to help defend us. Another 30 or so minutes passed and our group started to appear one by one. I was instantly relieved. We got our fire going and I took a seat in the dirt. Around 7:30 pm I ...
... temperatures are getting higher and higher. Pass a couple of broken down cars on the side of the road. Then I pass a Huey Helicopter parked on the side of the highway with an oil leak. Now that's a sight you don't see everyday.
Onwards and upwards towards the town of Globe. I pass through the town of Top of The World. Been there before, but in Switzerland. Get to Globe and go around to the far end of town where ...
... Another nice feature about this trail is WATER! There's not much of it, but any pools or streams that you find in a desert hike are special features in my opinion!
Most people follow the trail that they came up on back down to the foot of the mountain, but some brave souls (including Neal and me and our friends, Tracy and Steph) opt to take the Cave trail down. The Cave trail is considered "difficult." The trail is not clear and ...
... teenage” cactus is only 1 ft high and one of 7 feet will have taken 50 years to grow. They can grow to 50 feet in 150-200 years, and can have up to 40 arms depending on the area and the reliability of the rainfall. Their roots are also incredible, growing about 3 ins from the surface but spreading out in all directions for up to 100ft to support the cactus above. The most fascinating fact of all was about their seeds: one plant produces around ...