BEST WESTERN PLUS Country Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Day 1: 15.5 miles to Hauser Creek
The Creek was dried up but a water cache was left in the valley. We learned that 11 other hikers started the same day we did. 14 more were expected the next day and 16 the next. Wow, this is definitely not the OHT. Today we met Two Foot, Chuck and Sally.
Day 2: 14 miles to Kitchen Creek
We met Nick today at Lake Morena (19.5). Today was the hottest thus far. Grant's watch clocked near 110* around 2:30pm. This heat ...
Miles Today Total 11, 244Have been staying at the home of Nancy & Dave who are the parents of my American mate Dan, with whom I rode the Dalton Highway to the Arctic Circle. To say I have been made welcome would be like saying "I sorta' like bikes" !! They have looked after me and nothing has been too much trouble even after I asked if I could stay a 3rd night so I could prep all paperwork etc prior ...
... a person connect your own way to some other means so that you could transfer your details directly in your desktop computer or perhaps your phone without any progress to use cables. Connect faultlessly to your inkjet printer or some other devices without the problem of managing with real wires which is often carried out readily.
The HP Pavilion DM4-3170SE is made up of webcam to guide you to create films and ...
Today we drove inland, our first leg of the trip to Las Vegas. Beforehand, Grandad (yes if you didn't know Nana & Grandad are traveling in convoy with us) decided he wanted to watch trains spiral up the Tehachapi loop. This, conveniently, happened to be an ideal location to stay the night.
So Grandad left early for trainspotting, while we headed an hour and a half up north back to Hearst Castle for Mum. It was pretty spectacular too. From huge heated pools with rooftop ...
... t mind the noise. We drove by a huge "airplane boneyard" with 747’s galore and many other varieties of aircraft.
Lots of wind here and our tour book said 4500 wind turbines were along the hills. Wow. The wind was really making them work. Facing a 60 mph wind and hanging on for dear life was exciting. Chevron is a lot richer ...