Drowsy Water Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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We stayed in RV had 20 amp service and water, had a very nice time with Bill, Melody, Cassidy, Ethan, nice house, meet friend of Bill Jeff who was helping him with landscape work, jasper the dog, we walked our dogs couple of times to a park about 3 blocks long and ran and toss the ball. melody made some great common rolls for breakfast, then we drove to to Grand lakes, nice drove and area, then to Bill's work site something Ranch it also had timeshare places there. Had a great visit stay in ...
... trail heads were appearing on the side of the road. It was too tempting not to stop. I get out of the car and follow the trail. It leads down to a creek that's cut it's way through the snow covered countryside. Despite the presence of snow, It was still fairly warm. I did put on my hoodie but it wasn't really required. As I walked the trail, the visible track turned to just a walk across the snow. The track was visible from the footprints and the dirt left by those shoes, ...
... out to be an ex-pat Kiwi who was living in Melbourne, Australia. We headed to a local shopping mall to pick up some more people before commencing our tour. The bus we were on was quite small and we only had about 11 of us on board which made the tour a bit more intimate. There was another Aussie girl on board from Perth so we had good representation from down under. We were joined by 3 ladies from Missouri, a deaf bloke from Arizona, a lady from South Africa and an ...
... had a nice leisurely breakfast in the early morning sunshine and headed out to drive a big loop through the park.
Our first stop was one of the Visitor Centers at the Western edge of the park where the kids got Junior Ranger books and we all watched a video on the unique characteristics of the park. By now, the kids are experts at searching out the auditoriums in every park and settling in for the informative videos. We got some suggestions on places along the drive to ...
... winter coat of fur. When they started walking away from us we sat down by a stream in Lulu City, the place that used to have a population of 200 people. Now it has a population of zero. For our snack we had almonds, dried mango, and Madison had crackers because she can’t eat nuts. There was this squirrel that was trying to eat our snack. It looked like a chipmunk. It’s called a ...