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- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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We started our day with a quick planning session, left-overs from Wolfe's Market (the carrot and raisin salad got 4 thumbs-up), and repacking of the car. Although my technology skills were needed to upgrade the usage and ability of our electronics, my packing skills might not be up to par. Dad with his year of UPS packing experience made short work of my "mess-o-trunk" packing ...
... with each other in worship and offer encouragement and challenge! Towards the end of the school year, God reminded me of dreams He had given me of traveling alone with Him. He also brought to light my hesitations and fears in following Him to fulfill those dreams. I had a fear of not being able to actively and whole heartedly serve Him while paying off student loans. He revealed this folly through Ecclesiastes 7:18 "It ...
... The sound of its effort to climb the grade was bouncing around the hills. Then it came out of the tunnel - four diesel engines pulling a mile long set of wagons at about 30 mph. What a site! We shouted "woo woo" at the top of our voices to the train, but unfortunately it couldn't hear us above the deafening noise it was making itself. This was another of those special holiday moments for us.
Tehachapi is on a high level valley and we again chased the train as ...
... at our previous speed. We slowed down, and finally reached a short rock wall. This was hard to climb, and we slipped a few times, but we managed to reach the top. There, we saw that we had reached an intersection. One led to a hill, but it was a dead end. The other wound higher up the mountain. We took this one, which was also steep. This trail also led to an intersection. By this time, we had reached a great height. Both ...
... cyclists out and we saluted each other as we past. It was easy cycling with nice wide roads and pretty flat but we were driven absolutely mad by traffic lights. It is an incredibly stupid system the Americans have for dealing with any junction. Even small side roads which may have a couple of houses on them create a junction with traffic lights. This means that as you make your way down a main road, you are stopped by a red light every time a ...