Rancho de Los Caballeros
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... were full of excitement for our ride it was very easy to get up. Selina was partnered with a brown ex-roping gelding named Zip, and I with a sorrel gelding named Rooster, who was a good natured horse that I quickly became very fond of, despite his very bouncy trot causing me a lot of pain over the weekend haha. We rode up one of the nearby volcanic hills to a lookout over the area- it was completely picturesque and ...
... afternoon we got here. It doesn't have a hot tub but it does have a couple jets with a seat so Wayne sat there for a long time while I swam. He thought afterwards it helped his sore neck muscles. I didn't need to laundry again but when I saw they had clotheslines I decided to do bedding and rugs today. I hung them out while we swam again and they dried beautifully....can't wait to get into bed tonight!
We picked up information at the Chamber office, one brochure ...
... the day with a ferocious game of Mexican train dominoes! When Karen and Bob left to return to their 5th wheel, they were faced with a whiteout created by large fluffy flakes of snow!
Sunday morning dawned to a car covered in snow and large puddles in the roadway in front of the coach. I took time to tour the wonderful cactus garden in the park before ...
... information provided via speakers at each site. One often doesn't read signage to the end but we found that people usually stopped to hear the whole presentation. Speakers were hidden in some part of the sculpture or nearby in the landscaping or on a building.
The Desert Caballeros Western Museum and Gallery were well worth the price of admission and we spent quite a bit of time here. The art on display was impressive and ...
... mixed in with some Beatles, of course). We thought of going for a swim, but the pool was closed. Karluh (my best guess as to spelling his name) wasn't fazed and jumped in anyway. We were chased off by a security guard, and from there the evening ended quickly. It was odd to meet a foreign couple in a place that seems so closed off and somewhat xenophobic. Tourist dollars are a powerful thing, I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center