Butterfield Ranch Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... leg sweat on every pavement I sat down on) -we rode through Anza-Borrugo desert, Leash used to work there! Proudaher! -the steepest hill in the world that I deemed 37% grade (that percentage is not at all accurate) -naptime hilltime -general store that was a saving grace -Lauren bought a 5 pound bag of ice, we put the ice everywhere (back pockets, bras, camelbacks) -climb climb climb -20 questions (Rose Dawson!!!!!, Spongebob, the progressive commercial girl, Joey ...
... I will have an infinitely better idea of how many miles I will be covering per week, and I will know what foods I enjoy the most at that point in time. Also, the thought of opening a box of food that I bought and packaged 3 months prior doesn't sound at all appealing. Worse case scenario, I can have that lovely wife of mine throw together some goodies for a save-the-day box or two. Thanks Jen! ...
Arrived at terminal at about 4:30 am. We were directed to terminal 2, got checked in and made it thru security without a hitch. We are now in waiting mode, flight is on time according to the boards. Leaving June 05, early in the morning, for San Diego. Our flight out, United Airline #1552, leaves at 6:25 am. We should arrive in Newark New Jersey in about five hours, to make our connection at ...
... on and stopped in Julian which was like our image of a small American Wild West town. Quaint wooden structures and wooden boardwalks. Well, some bits of it anyway. It all started as a gold-mining town in the 1860s. The name came from two cousins who founded the town and both had the same surname Julian (was one called Sandy, perhaps?!). On the way here, we noticed a lot of burnt tree stumps and ...
... aircraft come into the local "airport" to do VTOLs, but that just reminds me how lucky we are to have such a great military watching out for us. I did get a couple of shots of the planes on the glidepath and such. You might enjoy it.
The rain continued all night and on into the early morning, but let up so we could go out on a hike with our neighbor Star. She's a gal in her mid seventies, I'd guess. She's very ...