Castle Wood Theme Cottages
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... because I woke up everyone in the camp with my singing. When he caught up to me and I told him my name was Song Bird, he said "I came up with that name for you back in the 1st week. I've been waiting to tell you this once I caught up to you"
so twice my name is Song Bird.
The trail was mostly down hill, coasting. A LOT of burnt valleys, but ...
... my sleeping bag. That night had been below freezing and with the sun slow to get over the mountain the morning wasn't much better. We hoofed it on down what seemed like the never ending mountain that day. Going from clouds back down to cactus. As the bottom was in sight the trail began to do crazy cut backs never seeming to get much lower in elevation. It was going everywhere around the mountain except seemingly down and it felt very frustrating ...
... the spring quality and we make a wiser decision with better information. The spring looked great and the camping appealing. I went back to get Short Step with Carolyn and Snail Trainer appreciating the report as well. All four of us ended up pushing ahead and camp 240 was ours. A shorter day than we had been putting in as of late, but a hard fought and well earned distance was then behind us. On to Big ...
... utilize dates as an ingredient.
As gardeners by nature Jil and I are always interested in gardens. The Walk at Shields is a jewel in the rough. It opened to the public in October, 2012. It appears that most of the hardscape is in place but the landscaping is a little sparse. At the beginning of the walk one comes upon a nativity. Must be left over from Christmas, eh? As we walk along the gently curved path it becomes apparent that the Garden ...
... staff is extremely courteous and helpful. We feel that the monthly rates are very reasonable considering how much is offered. All this place needs to be fully self contained is a grocery story and a gas station!
p.s.- Our "Concierge", Bob, drove up in his golf cart and introduced himself this morning and asked of our specific needs. Holy Cripes, are we staying a month in 5 Star Resort, or what!