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... we go to the pool for a dip. The pool was busy but we were able to get a couple of lounge chairs and set up in a spot where we could have either sun or shade. A bit of sun, a dip, reading in the shade all these made for a very relaxing afternoon. Later: a cocktail under the awning, grilled burgers, potato salad, and coleslaw for dinner while listening to KWXY FM and an early night. The wind is up today but the sky is clear and the temperature is rising.
... southwest, its altitudes varying from 7000 to 8700 ft yet despite its altitude the slope towards the sun makes it warmer, on average, than the land 2000 ft below it. The geological history is much like the rest of this area; ancient oceans lifted, plus a fault - like the moab fault – resulting in the mesa being lifted over 2000 ft ...
... very narrow but there would be a large side yard and there were was a big cactus at the back of the lot. Two park models would be our neighbours. After much back and forthing Bob had the motorhome in the best possible spot. We had lots of room beside the motorhome and the services all lined up great. The parking spot for the car was a bit small however and instead of gravel the lot had ...
... convinced that it was probably something that was going to eat me, and finally found a crow sitting atop of a bare tree. Phew!
We turned around to head back. I had to stop four times to pick thorns out of my feet. Finally, we heard people, climbed up the little dune we originally didn’t want to climb, hiked the 20-minute walk back to the car, and, an hour later than it should have taken, we arrived at the car and told Matt of our endeavor. He ...
... the floor of which is littered with large piles of fronds.Its really impossible to tell which trees these fronds came from as all the trees have dead fronds still attached from base to top. Trees grow so close to one another that no sunlight reaches the earth on which they grow and it is cold walking amongst them.
Pushing on down the trail we come to a board walk which keeps our feet from getting wet. Many of the palms have their feet ...