Windemere Hotel and Conference Center
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... hopefully) blogs about our stay here. We've checked out the stables, (after all, this was a calvery post) and we may even take in a trail ride. Mike has already gotten in a round of golf. We have a few trips to area attractions planned; Kartchner Caverns, Boot Hill and the OK Corral in Tombstone and Our Lady of the Sierras Shrine. But for now, just exploring the base is an adventure!
Bye for now. Stay ...
... time was our boat ride around an iceberg that had worked itself into a small cove. Another, was the day that a moose visited our campsite not once but twice. Being "screeched in" as an honorary Newfie was lots of fun (my sides still hurt from laughing so much). Getting to sit down, over breakfast one morning, and talking to a local newspaper reporter, we learned so much about how they live. I learned much about them ...
... school on a rainy day when we would sit in our classroom instead of out at recess; bored and boxed-in.
The Santa Catalina Mountains surrounded us but they were shrouded in a thick cloud that stuck to them like gray cotton-candy. The sky was dark and heavy and night came even earlier than the 6pm sunset we have become accustomed to. Then on the afternoon of the second day the clouds broke apart and the sun shone through. Things dried up ...
... am just waiting for them. Finally, I get a cab, but I only have $8 in cash on me. This cab does not appear to have card payment options. We get to the main street and it costs me $7.50. Awesome. I jump in the prius and head back to the hotel, thow everything in the car and leave Yuma in my dust.
The drive is reletively easy. The countryside starts off a little dull but once I pass Tuscon its a large open valley where you can see for hundreds ...
... Larry's horror - shopping!! That evening Joan cooks up a great meal of baby ribs, white corn and sweet potato.
The next morning is Larry time with a bike ride on a bike kindly lent by a friend of Joan's while the girls shop. On the way to pick up the bike we see a woman shooing a snake gently off the road. As she drives pasts she tells us it is a good snake - a gopher snake. Around here the deadly rattlesnake is prevalent. The good ...