Golf in Mesquite Nevada | My Family Travels

   To go on a vacation is a wonderful luxary in which some people do only a few times in their entire life. With the times being how they are and my dad recently being cut from his job, getting away from the stressfull everyday life and enjoying what a beautiful country i live in gave me a whole new outlook on how i view people and an overall better grasp on reality.

    The city of Banks( the city in which i live) is one which has a population of around one thousand people.Getting away from such a small town and being able to see a very large new city such as Las vegas Nevada makes one see the overall reality that there are many differnt people in this world and they are all unique. Getting out of town with my dad was an awesome time becuase latly while searching for a job he has been out alot and on the road quite frequently. The overall time spent with my father in the 4 days while i was away from home was more then i had seen him in the prior  month, so i vauled that very much.

The change in scenery was an unreal experience that was unlike anything i had ever seen. i love to golf and the town of Mesquite boasts some pretty spectacular golf courses. I loved the attention to detail and the overall class that these places had. Friendly staff which made you feel like a king and a low stress enviorment which is one that differs from the home scene lin the past month. The weather was one of my favorite parts in the time  we were down there. Comming from Oregon where it can rain in June, eighty five degree weather almost was a pick me up every morning when i would arise.

Not only was this one of the best trips that  i have ever had, it came at a great time in my life. I got to see alot of things which some really changed my preception on things and helped me understand vaule. In Las Vegas i realized how that even in the hard time we are in people are always going to be spending money. I also got to see all walks of life and i really have a greater appreciation for what the phrase really means. The golf was amazing the food was incredible  and for 4 days my father and I had the previllage to escape the hard economy and enjoy life.

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