CopperWynd Resort and Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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For maybe the first time since we've owned the HB we cleaned windows inside and out, screens and metal mini blinds. ( hate these things )! The kitchen and bathroom windows and blinds were embarrassingly filthy. Then Pete got some kinda bug causing stomach cramps lasting all afternoon. Hope it's better tomorrow or its off to urgent care. Because of this we ...
... of a large man-made lake. The fountain, driven by three 600 horsepower (450 kW) turbine pumps, sprays water at a rate of 7,000 US gallons (26,000 l; 5,800 imp gal) per minute through an 18-inch (460 mm) nozzle. With all three pumps under ideal conditions, the fountain reaches 560 feet (170 m) in height, ...
... connection. I did some research on the park and learned that the canyon is 120 miles long (Grand Canyon is 277 Miles long , as much as 20 miles wide (Grand Canyon is 18 miles wide) and has a maximum depth of more than 800 feet (Grand Canyon is 6000 feet deep). Still pretty impressive. It is often claimed that Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest canyon in the US. By 10 AM it had warmed up and the three of us started out on a nice 3 ½ mile hike through ...
... who is also very opinionated. There were lots of interesting stories told about how those strong opinions played out. For instance, he did not like clothes closets, for him clothes should be folded into drawers, or put on shelves, so his wife had no closet until he finally agreed and had one built into a wall outside the bedroom. And small. Apparently he ...
... 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, ...