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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... busted ass and put in a 18.5 mile day to mile 77 scissors crossing and encountered a very special twist to the day. A man and a woman were there as trail angels with a cooler full of ice, apples, oranges, coconut lemonade, the works. Dennis, susan, Becca and I had become really interested in spending the night at the RV park down the road and these angels ended up giving us a ride to the park. The funny thing...Chris and Kat(sage girl) were ...
It was a very long and winding road that brought us into Southern California, running alongside the Mexico border fence for quite a distance, until, after 3 hours of driving from Yuma, we arrived at our Thousand Trails Pio Pico Preserve, near Jamul, California. We've been here a couple of times before, but the last time was so long ago that my Mom was staying with us. This park is ...
... clips. (we removed them late yesterday from his shoes so he could stay upright) Steve said we were getting imbalanced muscles. Little did he know we have no muscles. If I could have taken my arms off the handle bars, I might have thrown something at him. Just as he left us, (thank goodness - gabby little man), Scott's shift cable came off. Yeesh. A little repair and off to Pine Valley.
We got to this pretty little community and found a goodies store. Got ...
... all sorts of things having to do with the desert. She knows birds and plants well and explains all about them if you'd care to listen. She had invited us earlier in the week to go on The Slot hike with her.
The hike starts about nine miles from the park. The hike itself is about three miles in length and goes down a very narrow ravine which has been cut by water over the millennium. The rock and mud has formed the ...
... guide for us which has been very helpful especially our first days in USA when we are still a bit foggy-brained) to get a cell phone with unlimited calls across USA and to Oz plus unlimited web access …. who knows when we'll get to check out all its functions - we're just doing well at the moment to get food in the cupboard….. I'm technically challenged (I don't even know how to use a mobile phone) so it is handy having Grace handle ...