Sanctuary Camelback Mountain
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- Multilingual staff
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... parted with some of them. I really worked hard today. Computer is screwed up again- but can get it working by turning off-which is hard to do-and turning on again.
Sept 6th Sunday – Found a tablet I had kept for a college course about my life for a term- very eye opening to read now. Went to Lowe’s for some ‘glue’ for the outside door carpet and will do that while cool tomorrow morning. I sold the leaf blower today-I only ...
... It was a lot of fun and we just had problems opening the last lock (the code was right, the lock was just difficult to open) otherwise we would have completed it in the hour given. The facility is officially opening on Wednesday, we just happened to stumble across it in the Internet by chance and were asked to test out the room. We ...
... alternate lodging, fluctuating gas prices, and any potential vehicle issues.
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... connection. I did some research on the park and learned that the canyon is 120 miles long (Grand Canyon is 277 Miles long , as much as 20 miles wide (Grand Canyon is 18 miles wide) and has a maximum depth of more than 800 feet (Grand Canyon is 6000 feet deep). Still pretty impressive. It is often claimed that Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest canyon in the US. By 10 AM it had warmed up and the three of us started out on a nice 3 ½ mile hike through ...
... to catch up on and it is now 2pm and I am still in my jammies! Red was over all hyper about the Justino firing, and without facts, as is his way! He is getting a petition to ‘save Justino’ and after talking with us and calming down a bit we think we might have calmed him a bit! For him it is a personal vendetta against the new manager, who, after putting up with his remarks, told him to shut up or he could leave the park! It is turning into ...