Indian Palms Vacation Club
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... of Fire
Strode Wendy and Dan,
Intrepid travellers all.
Ringed by red rock mountains,
A land that seldom sees rain,
To the limits of their endurance
In a quest for the unknown.
Ours is not to reason why;
Ours is only not to fry.
You can probably tell this is just one more “favourite spot” on our ...
... Birthday my very special niece and nephew - Kat & Kevin. Can't believe they are 17 today. They are two of the most incredible kids I know and we are so very very proud of them. Happy Birthday/Sto Lat Guys....we love you.
We are leaving California tomorrow and heading into Arizona. We have somewhat of a ride tomorrow so today we decided to take it easy. Had to do some cleaning, laundry and get ready for an ...
... passes for it. The height limit was 42" which he JUST passed so he wanted to go as well. It is supposedly one of the scarier rides at the park, but Colson was insistent that we was going to go. At this point we decided to split up as the Pinot's and Plouffe-Richartz had bought hopper passes so they wanted to head to Disneyland for a bit. We took in the Aladdin musical show at a theatre, went to a wilderness challenge trail where the kids did some rope trails, rock climbing ...
... that we knew we came from. We had more than 500 meters to hike until we would see the truck according to the GPS. This meant a bit more climbing, a long stretch above the canyon, and then a decent to where the truck was. Finally, we had made it. Four hours later.
I would like to point out how thankful I was that I did not make this trip in the rainy season, during this canyon trip more than ever, as there is no way I would have made it out of the morning ...
... The moths are the ones that pollinate it. This tree is wild-armed and its waxy, spiny leaves expose little surface area, efficiently conserving moisture. They can grow over 40 feet tall at an inch a year. Right now there are clusters of cream colored flowers which bloom February through April. Branching occurs after flowering. In this park, wildflowers abound and wildlife such as the dreaded rattlesnakes.
We are staying in ...