Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
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... Today we had our first Weinerschnitzel and a Date Shake. Both were Delicious!!! I know I like hot dogs, but never could imagine drinking a date shake.....it was yummy though.
We are heading to Yuma, AZ to do some exploring...see how we like it there and try to decided if it's a place we want to spend some time for the winter months.
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... courses. We were supposed to get a map where the kids could earn badges, but we didn't see the maps at the start of the trail. A "ranger" instead gave Colson a special "Ranger" pin which was for exceptional display of ranger qualities. He was pretty proud of this and asked Tanja every few minutes making sure that his pin was safe in her purse. We quickly did the Goofy flight school roller coaster before running back to the Tower of Terror to meet up with the rest. I was amazed at ...
... Colson came into our room at about 7am and we finally made it out to the main area at about 8:30. Gina was in the kitchen making some breakfast when she informs us that Michelle "Didn't need to go to the hospital in the morning". Our communal response was, "What??!?!" "Didn't you hear the commotion last night?" - We didn't. "Michelle was bit twice last night by a scorpion", she said. "WWWHHHHAAAT??" So I guess at about 2am Michelle got stung on her arm ...
... into one field to see what was growing and came back with a cauliflower. We ate it in the car - delicious! We then found lemon and orange groves as well as a field of peppers where we "shopped" for a few samples. As a city girl it amazes me that food can be found "growing on trees"!
We got to the state park interpretive centre just as it was about to close (4 ...
... began in 1933 and finished in 1941. It serves 19 million residents, 5 pumping plants, 92 tunnels, 63 miles of concrete lined canals, 55 miles of concrete conduits and 144 siphons totaling 29 miles.9 reservoirs and 306 miles of high voltage power lines (which we saw driving west on interstate 10). In 1992, it was recognized as one of the seven "wonders" of the engineering world. The big map model used to show Washington what it would look like was in ...