Maricopa Riverside Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... the rest of the night.
My tent has a mesh roof but I started with the weather cover over it in case it got chilly in the night, it didn't, it was hot, so i removed the cover, looked up to the most beautiful sky I've seen in a long time.....god given. My cell phone took this picture without a flash....why did this turn out so well?
Next day we decided to investigate the ...
... we stopped just down the road abit more that was a great view of down town Austin. Pictures with a view like that just doesn't do it justice. Then it was back on the road to canyon lake. The concert was quite near to San Antonio another great part of Texas. We got to the concert quite early to get a good parking space & we got our tickets. The venue was amazing! ...
I know its sounds stupid or maybe even crazy, but I really hated staying at the hotel, but yet I really enjoyed the hot bath and shower. We got the camper back today and yes we have hot water, after 7 months of no hot water coming out of the faucets. I'ts hard to believe we would take a tub of water and microwave it to to have hot baths (no we did not go 7 months without bathing). So this is a really cool place we are staying it is owned by the military and it sits on a ...
... NIGHT. w00t. Eddie made legit, authentic tacos. I made rice and beans. We ran out of tacos. And thus begins the complaining.
Then I CRASHED.
Today, though. Was legitimately some of the hardest work I've done. Ever.
I had two jobs the whole day: help de-weed a yard & re-soil the exotic bird enclosures. AKA shoveling. All day. Oh man.
Today, more than ever, I saw the differences in work ethic... that's all I'm gonna say.
... We climbed into a van and I was terrified for my life. I started to buckle my seat belt and they driver said to me in Chinese "no no, not necessary". Yeah right. Driving in China consists of speeding and ignoring all traffic signs and lines on the road. It was very foggy/smoggy driving to the school so we couldn't see anything of the city. We then showed up at the dorm which was freezing! It was colder inside the dorm room ...