Econo Lodge (Gorman)
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- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Stayed the night in Hikertown as guests of Richard Skaggs. He even let us drive his badass dune buggy, after I repaired it of course. We went into town on a parts run and finally found our Chinese dinner. Then the next day we were able to achieve escape velocity and ...
... I should've known better too based on the harness. That type just smashes your head back and forth. Once I got off, I was hurting. The boys went on one more time and Kristen headed to the bathroom. I pretty much collapsed on the rocks nearby. Ugh. However, our day was up and we made our way back to the car. Problem was, we couldn't remember exactly where it was...we split up and Kevin found it and ...
Day Three I have to go to Camarillo for a "hair" appointment and a follow-up dental appointment. After breakfast Lupe an I headed to Camarillo. Manuel and Chencho stayed as Manuel needed to run some errands in Valencia. Lupe and I spent most of the day in Camarillo. I first saw the oral surgeon, all is well, stitches were removed and I am done with this process. The office building has a very nice courtyard with a fountain. Lupe and I took pictures in the ...
... way. Katie, on the other hand, liked UCSB better because it feels more open. It is a sprawling, flat campus best traversed by bicycle. Katie liked the way the builds were spaced apart and felt it was easier to not get lost. We found it really interesting that Katie and Charlie liked the different schools for the opposite reasons. The both liked the suburban, "apart" feeling of the campuses.
Arrived at the Hyatt ...
... admitted to being our guy. He quickly saddled us two horses, Pal and King, and a small group of us rode up the hill. It was a completely different riding experience than Idaho. It was beautiful and mountanous terrain but much dryer than the mountains of the great northwest. We went for a short ride, took a break, and then went for another slightly longer ride. We both started to understand that Robert was a funny guy with ...