Rose Gables Bed and Breakfast
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... from Walker Pass, in eight miles we come to a T in the road at the junction with Highway 14 – the Aerospace Highway. Faced with our biggest decision of the day – north or south – we counter-intuitively turn north.
With a few jogs in the road, we ride through Inyokern, a hybrid name combining Inyo and Kern Counties. Inyokern is actually in Kern County.
In Inyokern, we turn south on US ...
... hair do!! its Saturday night in Vegas and everyone is dressed up!! all the ladies have their little dresses on, perfect hair and make up and men are in suits or shirts and trousers! haha we really do get some funny looks! No luck for us on the roulette table tonight (maybe its our outfits!) Time to head back to the Motel.....hmmm nice plastic covers on the bed, nothing else to say about this place!!!!!!! Kath.....fell asleep! Will put them on now! ...
... at some of their vacation books. Comparing sites we all have seen.
Mike and Jenny invited us to come down for the wedding and stay with them in January. We decided we would try to come down the week between Christmas and New Years so we could be here a little early to help with the wedding on (1/10/13), especially any last minute updates on the dress.
Good night and tomorrow is another ...
... an issue between Work Study and I, and I went through 10 interviews, a fingerprinting, a background check, and needless to say, it was very disheartening. But, that's all behind me now! I am going to be an AVID tutor at a local middle school Tuesdays and Thursdays. So I am going to be quite a busy gal this semester, what with 6 classes, a job, and hopefully volunteering with a program called REACH, which is an outreach program that goes and tutors at the ...
... about travels, Utah, the desert. Somehow, conversation led me to mentioning one of my songs, Pennsylvania Avenue. "You wanna hear it?" "Sure," seeming slightly perplexed. We walked through the darkness to my mobile home, I dropped the tailgate, got out my Washburn, and motioned for her to take a seat. For the next while we just sat there, I played a couple songs, and we enjoyed the still air, the black pine silhouettes against the night ...