CopperWynd Resort and Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... restaurant, and a small museum. We stopped often to snap photos of the landscape that is so different than we are used to. We stopped in at Canyon Springs Marina where the paddle wheeler Dolly berths. Dolly does tours of the lake and canyon for $22 but it had left before we arrived. They bill it as the little Grand Canyon. Perhaps another day. Carrying on we stopped at Goldfield Station; a ghost town turned tourist attraction complete with rail tours, mine tours, zip lines, ...
... ones and several snacks from all of us. We talked and drank until almost 1 am! We all did have a good time.
January 2nd-Friday-Up before 9 and met the entire group for breakfast and talked till they kicked us out. That was good though as we only have an hour till checkout. So lots of hugs and goodbyes and will see them all next year. Showered and packed and headed out. BUT, stopped at the office to check out and they said we ...
... a few weeks to a few months. Telecenter A telecenter is a business center that rents out space to companies. They offer clerical support, e-mail, voicemail message, fax services along with a receptionist. The telecenter is an excellent option for companies that require plenty of vacation. Hotelling is usually when a corporation buys or leases a smaller space that they would not otherwise require. Similar to telecenters, this technique is good for companies ...
Our lead up to Christmas 2014 has involved shopping for non-typical meals, enjoying the warm bright days in the Sonoran Desert & photographing the fantastically over-the-top light shows in Moon valley where we are staying with our good friend Don. Nigel cooked Paella on Christmas Eve & we toasted Don's Christmas Trees with some Californian "Champagne". Happy Christmas ...
... it! Anyway we are relocated and all set up again. The cats cry to be outside (our doing in letting them out in the first place). They never are out alone but they do explore and we are always chasing them. We decided to get Mickey a harness and lead to keep him out of the bushes. Too many lizards and birds had his utmost attention. Of course that wasn't successful but we'll keep trying. Worrisome, ...