Friendship Inn Torch Lite Lodge
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We slept late today and had a relaxing morning. I spent it reading and Dan was Candy Crushing. We had a wonderful breakfast of sausage, scrambled eggs, and blueberry waffles. After breakfast we went to the library to check emails add found that Kathy’s friends Cheryl and Barb had invited us for drinks and nibbles on Thursday afternoon at their place -Country Roads on 32nd St.
I later spent ...
... the cart is rolled out and then the cart is moved across the cart by hard labor (CREW) and it’s unfolded and then connected to the basket... While its being connected to the basket the crew is out closing vents in the side of the shape that allows the crew to later open and deflate those sections of the shape... These vents ...
... are sitting at the bar, as they do in the US. I end up just sitting at the bar. I order my beer and 2 tacos for $7. An older gentleman and his friends sit next to me and we end up chatting. He was the partial owner of the bar I was in, and was opening a brewery bar across the street. I have a few beers there, more then I'd intended and then he shows me and his friends his new bar. It looked like a cool place. His ...
... br> Eva & Doug were kind enough to let us park our "rig" in their yard during our week in Yuma. They live in a great double-wide manufactured home in the neighbourhood of Foothills on the east side. All the yards in this subdivision have large yards with short brick walls surrounding them. The neighbourhood is full of various kinds of trailers - park models, single & double-wide manufactured homes, RV's, etc. Some ...
We went out in the California Desert today four wheeling, I thought it was the Arizona Desert. Yuma is really close to the California border.
This is not my favorite thing to do because it can get really scary but Jim likes to go and I do not want to stay home all day by myself. One thing I ...