Havasu Sands All Suite Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Wildlife sightings: more birds & rabbits
... site (attached to a balloon, of course!), and the morning ascension. We were very excited when we finally saw the Winddancer balloon that Mom was flying in rising up above the lake! There were two or three others with her, so we got to track her rise and fall, and watch her sail across the sky! From her accounts, it was pretty fantastic and she got ...
... It came about as a result of two dams being built along the Colorado River. This was a good tour to take - short, inexpensive and extremely interesting. Too bad it turned cloudy and on the cool side. Since we both were wearing shorts and tee’s the wind on the water was a bit chilling. The sunset tonight was dramatic. There have been several incredible sunsets this week - all different from each other.
... that we can see. And so it is us who fling themselves into the lake in gay abandon. It's so warm. Like a bath. We watch young boys skateboarding and scooting at the lakeside skate park. They flip themselves over concrete mini precipices, zoom up near vertical walls and generally behave in a way that would give their mothers a heart attack should they see them. But apparently it keeps them off the streets and away from drugs and bad choices, so what would a few ...
... is! Landscape I never realized existed in the states unfolded before us. Train tracks ran parallel to the road and you could see where maybe hundreds of people have stopped over time and left their mark by making words and decorations with the black and white stones(?). We think perhaps the black pieces were coals that fell from the trains. Anyway, next entry will be Joshua Tree National Park.