Willow Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Wayne always insists we get up early unfortunately I am not an early bird but I do agree once we are up its great and you get the coolest part of the day. We awoke to the sound of sheep baaing and chickens clucking, it felt like home. We have to heat our water for a hot cuppa in a coffee perculator, why they use these is dum but I guess Americans all drink coffee and not tea and certainly not my silver tea. We have to keep ...
... the lobby of the Lodge was I went and got him. The restaurant in the Lodge looked really nice but we were so dirty from all the walking. He decided to stay at the Lodge while I took the short walk to the Grotto. I had asked the receptionist if I could have some white paper. I had a crayon so I was able to do some rubbings along the way-mostly rocks and tree bark. The best part about this walk was I was totally alone with nature. There wasn’t anyone on the trail. It was wonderful ...
We explored the red sandstone topography at Arches after going gaga over nature at Yellowstone national park. We were at Moab,Utah for 2 days to visit the Arches, Canyonlands & Dead horse national parks. Moab is a small town in Utah which is around 200 miles from Salt Lake City. We stayed at a B&B called Desert Hills. It's a quaint and beautiful place managed by a great couple called Anne & Vic. They took good care of us and we felt ...
... check just to make sure.
Now I play the waiting game. And after I've found out where I'm placed, I start playing again. I'm sure AmeriCorps makes everyone jump through hoops on purpose but that doesn't stop me from just wanting to be accepted already!
As an end note I'd like to say I'm sorry to anyone whose reading, this entry is not as neat nor as cohesive as I'd like but it'll do I suppose.
... landscape in Maple was amazing, I really warmed to the place very quickly. The canyon was enclosed with spires of cobble-encrusted rock, all of which provided for some brilliant climbing. (Lee: Cobbles are hard, smooth, generally roundish rocks which vary in size from marbles to watermelons. Imagine gluing an endless stack of these together and you have conglomerate - the rock type of Maple Canyon.) Although the rock type was ...