Villas of Cave Creek
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Next day we
entered the Park and had a most interesting day seeing all these huge tree
trunks lying around, that had turned to stone and minerals over the last 200
million years. The trees lived around that time in a lush tropical climate with
dinosaurs and crocodile like reptiles and huge amphibious creatures. Fossil
bones from these animals have been found and the skeletons reconstructed and
displayed in the ...
Time to head home. We woke up in Sedona this morning but we will go to sleep in Goffstown tonight. It will be nice to sleep in our own beds tonight but I will miss the spectacular scenery. No more seeing for miles, no more red rock and cactus. It's time to ...
... broke into chorus...I'd give them a C- for their performance, I'm thinking their director got to rehearsal late. The next day, she told me that she dreamed about coyotes and me hollering at her. She had simply turned over and gone back to sleep without ever hearing them. Oh, well, they weren't that good anyway!
The wind came up the 2nd night, so I think we didn't do much of anything. ...
... seeing ( and defrosting our bodies in every info bay we could find). Lunched at east village in the canyon , did the east canyon in the morning and the west side in the afternoon. Got home at about 5pm. Somehow I was nominated as the guinea pig to try the showers out( john and anges shower water FROZEN!!!! Anyway after "testing the ...
... that proved too difficult for the German's to decipher. This was a crucial tool that proved to be a turning point in the war for the Americans.
Our dinner was a Navajo taco. A big fried corn bread that covered the plate topped with mince, shredded lettuce tomatoes and sour cream. I managed three quarters of it before throwing in the towel. I expected it to be a bit spicy, instead it was a little on ...