When I was in my twenties I went to the Camelback Mountain Resort and I really enjoyed it.
I’ve never had a problem with my car and my guests had fun with me.
But I think it’s time for us to move on.
That’s what they said to me.
“You’re the last resort for us, so you’re going to have to make the best of it.”
When you go back to your old car and take it to the scrap yard you’ll have to do it again.
There are too many options, not just for you, but for the thousands of people that live and work in the city.
I can understand the sentiment of many in our community.
You want to be able to enjoy your own home again.
But that’s not a reason to stop.
What is a reason?
The car is a relic from the past and we need to use it.
The car needs to be left alone to be used as a museum piece, a piece of history, and for people to come visit and see how it’s used.
I think there’s a lot of pent up frustration and anger in our city right now.
You know, it’s just frustrating to be the person that has to say, ‘We’re going away, we’re going, we’ll never be back here.’
But I can tell you, we need you to be here.
So, let’s get rid to the best part of the resort and make this the place that we’ve always known it to be.
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