La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... home). We made reservations online so we headed to our camping spot. The "lake" is really the reservoir created by the huge dam and it is empty and big. There are no boats on it, although there are several boat ramps. There are very few campers, but the facilities are tidy and the water is hot. We found a dirt road that took us all around the park and we rode with gusto checking out anything interesting – like big bugs, spiders, ...
... was no money to shore it up, so she said it was just a matter of time before if caved in. A worker had tried to repair the ceiling inside and as he pulled down some boards he realized they had put about a foot of dirt on top of the ceiling for insulation. Of course, the weight of the dirt had caused the ceiling to fail. The one room school was very similar to the one I went to through 8th grade, except ...
... things in town, including a park, named after him. Well, his show didn't last, and business fell off and the town dwindled. The "15 minutes of fame" was not worth the long term effect on the town. It still has the hot springs, but tourism is not what it was before the name change.
We found an RV park 5 miles from the interstate out in the middle of nowhere.
It was quiet like I had never ...
... s Day, 1950.To this day, the town holds a yearly festival during the first weekend of May celebrating Ralph Edwards and the name change. Edwards himself officiated at the festival every year until he was physically incapable, and has a park, auditorium, and even his own day named after him in town.
When you think of a "desert town", TorC comes to mind. Lots of desert, desert shrub, free range cattle, ...
... smoked too many packs of Camels he said, "Where ya'll gonna put this?" Zip, zip, the Topeak pack was undone and in goes the two liter Diet Pepsi, zip back up, two bungies snap the Pizza box in place and Scott says, "Hey, I could help ya deliver tonight!" The guy was stunned to silence.. We ate left-over pizza for breakfast, did not set well with either of us. We started at 7 with 79 miles to go and a wind storm starting. 'Toot, toot, toot'. Some RV passes by with ...