Courtyard by Marriott San Bernardino Hesperia
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... avoid the 4-lane madness heading west as much as possible. I got to the Summit Inn to find that it too is currently closed for renovation - not my day! There was no option but to take to the interstate for seven miles over the Cajon Summit and down into the Cajon Pass below. Four lanes in each direction and some of the most blatant speed limit violations I've seen all trip. Glad to get of off the interstate I took a side road to get a look ...
... and the barriers came down. But that only stops traffic and we could easily walk round - as Harry did when the four leading engines had passed. But this time, because it was a nice smooth concrete base of a level crossing, Harry laid down in the middle of the two tracks as the train - a very fast train as it happened - thundered past, shaking the road either side of the crossing and creating a strong turbulent wind. It's quite a feeling to be that close such a ...
... at Pyramid lake were we saw sweeping vista of the Lake from its
wraparound balcony, Vista del Lago Visitors Center is DWR's largest information center.
We were greeted by a friendly tour guide who gave us an overview of the center.
The California State Water Project, the largest state-built and operated multipurpose water and power system in the United States, includes 34 storage facilities, 20 pumping plants, four pumping-generating plants, ...
... an opportunity to go to Yuma, AZ with my school. The center of diversity and inclusion has put on a trip where students help with wild life conservation on an Indian reservation. For the past three years there has always seem to be a conflict but this year being my last I made sure I could go. I had only heard good things about it from different people and wanted to see it for myself. Were they right.
We spent Friday afternoon driving to the ...
... I think it deserves a round of applause." Then he and a number of others around the campfire applauded for me.
Please don't think I am trying to brag. Quite the opposite. Both of these events left me so humble, so appreciative, and so encouraged. So much higher than the fancy tobacco I smoked could have ever taken me. I just love that Mark felt so much from a song whose words he couldn't even hear. That the song contains so ...