Lodge at Ventana Canyon
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... before fading fast in the desert heat.
A short drive took us to our second stop of the day, Old Tucson, film studios and back drop for hundreds of western films. We ate lunch and rehydrated before watching a cowboy guns blazing stunt show. We sat in the splash zone and got very wet, Jon got picked for a shoot out and fired a real gun...I'll let him tell that story. We panned for gold, saw a stagecoach, tried our hand at ...
... non stop, telling everyone what to do! She has a real cute pony called Jeeves, Pips horse Scooter just takes her off in all directions to eat, with Pip looking none too amused. Olly who couldn't believe he had to sit on a silly horse, what a waste of time etc, within five minutes wanted to gallop and be at the front! And Iain who thinks horses are just there to bet on didn't look too bad either...... We all returned unscathed, jumped into the pool and went to eat food ...
... we rely on our customers for what we sell - books, music, movies, video games and systems, magazines, comics, electronics, tchotchkes, and musical instruments, and more. That's nearly 114,000 combined square feet of media recycled from the community. We provide the shelves but it's your stuff that goes on them.
... and it is definitely a challenge to cross the street! We visited several silk stores and then walked back by the lake. The Vietnamese people are very warm and gracious.
At 6:00 p.m. we had our first Tauck function, c cocktail party at L'Orangerie, a lovely glassed in area at Le Club. There are 30 travelers in all, plus our tour guide Larry. He has a great sense of humor. We have a 3 course dinner of Vietnamese food which is very good.
... Navajo rugs ever woven.
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