Cozy Hollow Lodge
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... turn. That was not a challenge at all considering Dave had almost killed us three times before we got to the exit. Good thing it was smooth sailing afterwards! There were several icy moments when our marriage almost died, mainly when he kept drifting to the right hand side, almost killing me, and driving ridiculously slowly. However, I stopped backseat driving and just sang the 'to the left, to the left' song every ...
... nightfall being treated to foot soaks, showers, dinner salad, and huge bowls of the worlds best ice cream all without a word mentioned about cost or leveling the field. Just a big sign on the fence as you left the back yard, "Pay it forward!" Well Ziggy, Bear and Ron, you have done your duty far beyond recognition and two more disciples are back on the trail, better off than we came to you. With all our hearts, we thank you so much and hope with all sincerity that we will see you all ...
... rush, was a citrus baron in turn-of-the- century Riverside, met such luminaries as Chief Red Cloud, Henry Huntington, Theodore Roosevelt and Mexican dictator Porfirio Diaz. He attended Dwight Eisenhower's presidential inauguration. He studied impressionist art in Paris in 1925.
Born in the Dakota Territories at his parents’ trading post, he was guest of Mexican president Porfirio Diaz at the Castillo de Chapultepec in the 1890’s, member of an Inuit ...
... Since traffic was favorable we even stopped a couple of times to break up the monotony of driving through the mega metropolis known as the Los Angels Basin.
As we pass Pasadena a few snow covered mountain peaks come into view. A storm had come through the night before and deposited fresh snow down to about 4000'. Driving parallel to the San Gabriel mountains in the winter can be a real treat ...
... start, however I don't feel like i learnt much more in the second lesson. It was more a chance to brush up on the skills learnt in the first lesson but this time on a more challenging run - 'easy street'.
Once the lesson was over Dan and I did 'easy street' a few more times before moving onto 'learning curve'. Whilst i didn't fall once all day i did feel a tad out of control after picking up what i considered too much speed on the 'learning curve'.