How has this resort rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Duck Creek Village
... and skiers and snowmobilers in the winter. It's only about a mile from where good friends of ours, Carole and Bill Thurman, are staying for a month. Carole was my college roommate, and she and Bill moved to St. George, UT after retiring. Since St. George is very hot in the summer they like to go to the mountains where it's much cooler. Friends of theirs, Gig and Kim Tollefsen, are ...
... our campground and it’s gotten dark, so eating dinner in the tent it is. A man camping next to us starts talking to us and starts the travel discussions as we’re preparing our dinner. He and his wife have been to Aus before so they were telling us their experiences. He reminded me of Aunty Carol (yes you Aunty Carol haha). He was so talkative and had heaps of travel advice, was fit and loved to get outdoors and just had the same mannerisms... it was ...
... and they made the sign out of bits of timber there wasn`t enough room to write Home Made Pies so they just wrote down Ho` made and the name continues to day.
We had sandwiches and shared a Thunderberry (mixed berries) pie and ice cream which was lovely. Outside the window there were hanging flower arrangements with bird feeders where we watched little humming birds feeding. They are pretty little birds with long beaks and wings that move so fast you can barely ...
... he’d just set up the net on the lawn. We politely declined seeing as it was over 100F (38C) in the shade but couldn’t help warm to this likeable man who clearly just wanted us to have a good time!
Carol and Graham were in Cabin No. 1 whilst we were the complete opposite end at No. 6 so there would be no knocking on the walls when we wanted them to boil the kettle for a cup of tea, oh no, we ...
... Tampa is known as the "lighting capital" of the U.S., Bryce seems to have more serious issues with lightning strikes. Many trees in the area have burn marks. People are warned how to survive a lightning storm by standing in an open area with their two feet solidly planted and crouching down into a squat. Holding on to a tree or leaning on a rock makes you more at risk for the lightning to flow through your body and it is often ...