Rose Gables Bed and Breakfast
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... and talked us thru all the qwerky options. I had a red vodka Jell-O shot in a syringe. Andy had a naughty choc cookie shake. We both ordered a single bypass burger, and shared a side of onion rings. The deal was if you could not finish your burger you would get a spanking. I tried my damnedest to finish it all, but it was hard being such a big burger. The last of my bread bun I screwed up in my dirty napkin and put in the kidney bowel basket. With another dirty napkin ...
... We chose the trail to see the largest Lodgepole Pine 'in the world!'..about 6 miles up a rather rough access road to the trailhead. Glad we had a sturdy truck. The hike wasn't long but ascending a little and we could feel the difference in the air. Took our time..saw some amazing trees and the 'famous' Lodgepole Pine. Aren't ...
... combat power, must never be compromised.The San Diego community's unwavering support of MCAS Miramar and all those who serve here is evident in the many contributions made to our warriors over this past year.
On our way home we dicided to go to Chili’s for dinner. Jenny mentioned we would have to stop at the house on the way because she had a coupon at home she needed to print from ...
... encouraging. LAFCO members seemed to think the area was too small to support itself as a city.
Then Supervisor Dennis Hansberger during his first term in office said the concerns were that Grand Terrace had no tax base -- meaning little sales tax revenue and an insufficient amount of property taxes -- to pay for city services.
But Hansberger supported the city and helped obtain the $28,000 needed for a feasibility study.
The residents ...
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Ok so I think we are about half way through first semester and all I can say is "WHAT?!?!?!" In fact last night I registered for my spring semester classes. That was my last time to register for classes at the University of Redlands. Anyways, sometimes this whole senior thing hits me but I am so busy other times it doesn't even register.
As for October, it seems ...