We Care Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... towards the south, subsequent erosion creating the canyons. Home to 4000 archeological sites and over 600 cliff dwellings its treasures remained undiscovered by caucasians until the 1880s when the Wertherill boys, looking for stray cattle on the mesa, and from a vantage point on the edge to check out the canyon below looked down ...
... as Patti had bought a two week stay at a fundraiser auction a couple of years ago. Mark thought she was bidding on a bottle of wine. Great weather today again and a BBQ to celebrate our new digs. Gonna like this. Regarding the earthquake, April Fools! Ok, not my best but I miss my kids and Patti's boys who are my favorite targets on my best day of the ...
... which meant lots of dust with a few sprigs of struggling grass. We settled in and had a look around the park.
It turned out that the road behind us had quite a bit of traffic and the next morning we decided to see about moving to a different spot. We drove around the park, looking at the vacant spots and made a note of our favorites before going to the office to ask about ...
... mixed into it. This soil doesn't look so fertile and no obvious source of water here. This is what the desert is like outside the oasis.
All in all visiting the oasis was enjoyable, the highlight of our day. Our only regret was having to cut the experience a little short because on that darned sign. You know the one that I mean, the one with the graphic of a dog with a circle around it and the dreaded line crossing through the dog and the circle. ...
... the serpentine trail through a rock minefield to the Whitewater River.
Boy, whoever built this trail didn't have the means or knowhow to build a trail that is relatively straight. They just picked the path of least resistance- moving small boulders and leaving the large ones be. The narrow trail runs over boulder and rock strewn river bottom. It winds through boulder fields, down into currently dry washes, up on to what would be ...