Eagle's Nest Bed and Breakfast Lodge
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Today was a bit of a challenge!
We woke up to a beautiful sunny but extremely windy morning.
Our 1st challenge - I ripped off the water feed to the trailer with the headrest of my chair! I had no idea I'd snagged it until I was sprayed with icy water and got a yelp from Nita who was trying to have a shower when suddenly there was no water!
We saw our first live wild rattlesnake. Legitimate didn't know it was there until we heard it start rattling and raise its first third into the air. Becca kinda freaked out a bit, but we did good and froze, confirmed location and evaded. That happened in midday but I really wanted to open with the snake story. Scary stuff but sure glad rattlesnakes are so courteous. In more disappointing news, very ...
... the last few songs. That's what the season is all aboot, eh? (The Canadien's are starting to influence my writing, eh?)
We all waddled back to our rigs. Our furry friends were really happy to see us. Molly presented two of her babies to us. I don't know how she gets two of those stuffed animals into her mouth at once. Maverick is waggling his tailless behind with conviction. It must be time to feed them and take them out for their evening constitutional.
After lunch we took the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway up to the Mount San Jacinto State Park, the tramway is the world's largest rotating tram car, traveling up over two and one half miles from an elevation of 2,643 feet to 8,516 feet in just ten minutes. The trip up was fantastic with spectacular views of the mountain side and the desert valley floor. Arriving at the top we entered a different world from the one we left at the base of the mountain; the peak of Mt. ...
Just a short note here.
Made my AirFrance reservations for my next trip to France. Really looking forward to it. Seems like it's been forever since I've been there!
DH insisted I go Premium Voyageur this time. Gulp. With that long, long overnight flight, though, I do believe it'll be well worth the price.
I can't wait!
http://www.airfrance.us/US/en/common/gu idevoyageur/classeetconfort/premium_con fort_airfrance.htm