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... all the way down to Las Vegas Boulevard where we caught the Deuce to Circus Circus. It was pretty impressive from the outside, but when we got in - wow. Massive casino. A woman quickly approached us after seeing our huge and plentiful bags, and directed us to the Lobby for check in... It was right at the other side of the building. We walked through lots of casino, bars/restaurants, shops, a convenience store and more, and finally got to the Lobby. It took about 10 ...
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Rather than venture into the park at 3:00 in the afternoon, we decided to take the opportunity to stop at the local Wal-Mart we had spotted near the hotel and pick up a few things. Then we checked into the hotel, and checked out the pool. It was outdoors, but in the shade of the building, so the water was actually a little cool and felt great. Fully cooled down, we headed over to the local highly ...
Today was a bit of a challenge!
We woke up to a beautiful sunny but extremely windy morning.
Our 1st challenge - I ripped off the water feed to the trailer with the headrest of my chair! I had no idea I'd snagged it until I was sprayed with icy water and got a yelp from Nita who was trying to have a shower when suddenly there was no water!
... our day we crossed paths with Cannonball but she was going the wrong direction! It turns out her leg was starting to show some serious fatigue injuries and she knew it was not a wise decision to continue north. Her plan was to get back to the Whitewater Preserve and possibly hitch a ride to Big Bear Lake and rest up for a week or so. We sure hope we see her there on Sunday. After that, we just ...
We went into Desert Hot Springs in search of the Cabot Museum. It lies on the hill east of downtown. Our intent was to take a look around and make a reservation for a tour tomorrow. As is our M.O. as of late we were the first visitors to arrive. We decided to change our plan and tour today!
This place is certainly worth seeing. It was built by one man, Cabot Yerxa. I was astounded to learn how this one man touched so many souls and accomplished so much in just one lifetime. ...