Courtyard by Marriott San Bernardino Hesperia
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... frustrating route. Last stop for the night was San Bernardino, home of Macdonalds brothers and where the McDonald's chain started, as well as being the birthplace of Hells Angels motorcycle club. As we met the Route 66 road again and travelled thru town, at Rialto border the Wigwam motel appeared on the horizon with a circle of wigwams coming into view. We of course pulled in to try our luck again. (There are only 3 wigwam villages in America) enquiring at the office, ...
... them left in this area and this one is 440 years old. So peaceful and quiet. The only sound is the wind blowing through the trees and all the trees here are amazing. We especially liked the Ponderosa Pine trees. Made our way slowly down the bumpy road and returned to the condo to relax and catch up on computer work, etc. Enjoyed the ...
Today, my friend ran into the house, unannounced, to invite me for an adventure. Apparently, he's finally earned a car all for himself, and given permission to go on a long road trip. He says we're going to find treasure. I don't think I want to go. "What good will I be," I asked? My friend went on to describe how I can be useful. I disagreed. So did the rest of the group. You see, it's a four-seater sedan, with enough room for all our things. This is just like The ...
... Press, in 1876 there were nine buildings in the Terrace-Colton area.
The development of Grand Terrace, or East Riverside as the Grand Terrace - Highgrove area was then called, became a reality with the construction of the Gage Canal in 1896. This 22-1/2 mile canal, built at a cost of 2 million dollars, brought water from the Santa Ana River marshlands below The Terrace. With plenty of irrigation water, Grand Terrace rapidly became an agricultural ...
... I stepped into that part of my faith to make it something that would stay with me for life, not just college.
I think that is about it but I have a feeling I forgot a couple of pieces. Anyways, this is a lot to throw at you all but this is a snap-shot of my life lately. It has been busy but things seem to be falling into place quite nicely. Thank you all for your prayers and support and I can feel the weather change which means the holidays will be here soon enough!! Take Care :) ...