Briar Rose Bed and Breakfast
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... It reminded me a bit of the end of Sneetches.
Ashish loved the roller coasters. He didn't puke on any of them. Kezia loved them too. She could go on all of them except Rock n Roller Coaster at Hollywood Studios.
I want to ...
Day 20. It was interesting to step outside this morning, having not been aware of what my surroundings looked like driving into the Big Bear Motel last night in the dark. I wasn't sure if I would wake up to mountains, plains, rolling hills, or what. Mountains were my answer, which, of course, made me very happy to see. My heart sometimes skips a beat when I stare off into the distance at these massive peaks that stretch into the vast sky. Part of ...
... I climbed over to their side and we all started to squish into the crack.
We were stuffed into the cave at a slant, with us standing in the crack while leaning against the rock. I had two small day packs between me and the rock. Cesar was squatting on the ground at the back of the crack because he was unable to fully stand like the rest of us.
Within 5 minutes of getting into the crack, the wind picked up speed and the rain began to fall hard.
... Flume gig which was an improvement on Duke Dumont and certainly more lively. The sun needs to go down for these places to really be memorable.
Luckily for us the sun went down in time for Cut Copy. Before they came out Charlotte got mad cos someone had knocked over her drink so she threw it on the ground and it spilt a bit on the lads in the front. Their response was to turn round and say "wanna get high?" I politely declined. From here on until Cut Copy came out we both ...
We made it to Boulder Wednesday night and found our campsite at the top of a windy, steep, narrow, 4-wheel-drive-necessary dirt road up in the mountains. It was a 45 minute drive from the city so we decided to pack up early Thursday morning in search of a new home. We went to grab a quick bite in Boulder and I fell in love. We ate a delicious breakfast and then spent a couple hours wandering around the shops of the Pearl Street Mall which takes up ...