Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort
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... that they have to pay campground fees...even though FIMA is paying rent for others who have been displaced. It's not like they are choosing to not go back up and take care of things. It's simply that they can't do it without a great deal of trouble.
As usual, when we're together we manage to put together a feast from time to time. It's always fun to see what we can come up with. Leftovers are the best in RVs! Today for lunch we ...
... feel to it than the south side. I stopped in at a couple on my way back but the one that was most beautiful was the Venetian with its old style architecture and gondola rides around and through the hotel. That's the Wow factor I'm talking about. And so, my biggest highlights in Vegas, besides being in Vegas, was the Grand Canyon helicopter trip, the fountains at the Bellagio, the Venetian and of course, my new suitecase. I got back to the hotel round ...
... Swap Meet. Whoa! This baby, which started in nineteen-seventy-five was even larger than the last one we saw somewhere else. We had a grand time shopping and Lynn found another new hat for me. it was in a stall run by a middle-aged (it's all relative) Mexican gentleman. It's a semi-western hat with a four inch brim and woven from palm leaves. A good price and a good fit. Actually, it's one size smaller than I usually wear, so I must ...
... feeling of standing on something ancient, or hearing the silent roar of empty spaces? How else will you be able to look into the eyes of a man who has no education, never left his village, and does not speak your language, and know that the two of you have something in common? How else will you know, in your heart, that the whole world is precious and that every person and place has something unique to offer?"
Excerpt from "Letters to My Son" by Kent ...
... everything scaned but my nutsack i was turned loose, into the wild, into mad max's thunderdome to try and seize that dream for myself. I know these sterile towns will give over to something much more exciting, tough acts to follow...Mexico and the rest.
I will miss the heads turning in my direction as i pass, now im just another gringo in a gringo sea. Time to turn up the accent.
So please raise a glass, for long let it last, the craziness of Latin ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility