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 ...
... along with us. Everyone has a dog - most are 'purse' dogs, but you do get your occasional 'real' dog - one who walks on a leash. LOL Sandy may have stood out from the others for not being a purebred, but at lunch he was served his own bowl of fresh water from the waiter. Lunch was great and relaxing and we did lots of people watching. I could live there if I had a RICH husband.....guess I won't.
Monday, 9/29 - ...
... screens for the "big" prizes to shoot. I was a bit humiliated finding out that I came in third - I'm sure my hits weren't all being registered. I was going to talk to the people in charge, but I couldn't find them. I will protest the score until I get official confirmation. We had a quick lunch and then walked through Radiator Springs. The buildings and set were incredible. We saw most of the stars of the show - Colson was in heaven! We walked to the Tower of Terror and decided to ...
... WAS flying that plane. I could have used a massage after that ordeal.
This museum also has an artist in residence - Chris Demarest - an he is keeping aline the memory of those who fought in the wars and is doing a fantastic job of it. You will see some of his paintings in this blog. Heather and I spoke with him for over an hour I think. What a treasure to have someone like this who had a talent and an interest in this sort ...
... to Durango at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. A scenic drive through the mountains, that were already in their autumn colors, brought us to Durango. We found a nice RV park next to the river and after connecting the water and electricity we took the free trolley to downtown Durango. A nice little village with quite some charm. Lots of shops, restaurants and bars / saloons. This attracts tourists but the main attraction is the Durango Steam Train ...