Dobson Ranch Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... After our hike, we drove 210 miles, or 4 hours, to the town of Laughlin. It's a town with many casinos and hotels. The Cola rasp river runs right through. Honestly, it's basically a **** town (sorry Laughlin) used for Stop overs - but we found a way to appreciate it and make it fun. Due to our stunning good looks that make us look older, we got into a bar at one of the local hotels for some karaoke. We were so excited!! But then we got there. Everyone there was at ...
... will be spending some quality beer drinking time with him and company.
I have been a bit reluctant to write this blog this year because you read about most of the same locations last year but many of you wanted to follow this years adventure so I will try and keep your interest with my witty sarcasm and keen sense of humour......I'll have to slide the smart remarks in when Liz isn't paying attention though.
Personally I ...
... petting zoo etc! I did check out the stamping group yesterday. The club has a lot of supplies that anyone can use. If we decide to come back here next year I'll bring just what I need for a few projects. Maybe I could work on calendars. Tomorrow we will be in McDowell County Park by Fountain Hills. We stayed there last year and loved the remoteness of it. Definitely a change from this ...
... to Superior, walking the entire town, as we always do and visiting the Copper Gecko for consignment articles - and just inside the door I found a neat Mexican vase for the front porch. It is new and only $20 and I love it- a very good buy! Some more exploring the town and then headed home with a stop at Basha’s to get a broasted chicken for dinner. Ate at home and enjoyed it. Off to bed early-me- as I have Dr appt tomorrow morning.
... thorns stuck in your clothes. Apparently, you don’t want to pull them off with your fingers, because the barbs take hold of your skin and then you’re hooped. I found out the hard way not to go “off roading” to take a shortcut or to take pictures. The trails are all gravel, but off trail, the thorns are all over. I took two steps out of our campsite to take a picture of some birds, and it took Roger 20 ...