How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... That made my day. Finally made acquaintances with another hiker that hikes at my pace. His name is Jay from Utah. He's totally a Jack Mormon. He's a cool dude, is also an ultra runner like me. We share much in common in terms of outdoor activities (trail running, canyoneering, etc). Hiked most of the day together. Hitched a ride to an RV camp with him. Finally got a shower ...
-4:30am wake up -eggo breakfasts -clean up, bike rides! -ride with Hannah and Carlee, we talked movies and quotes all morning long -Hannah talked us through the last 20 minutes of center stage, she even used hand demonstrations to explain how their legs go in the dance numbers -raining gnats... gross -border patrol -overcast morning, lovely -San Diego county line, huzzah! -lunch time! -the heat was unbelievable... the sweatest and hottest I've ever been (that was ...
... and just as relaxing and inviting as could be!
As soon as we got settled, we gave a call to old friend Pam, as we had made plans the day before for her to come out and visit us, after we heard from her that our dear old friend John (her Dad) had just passed away. We had been trying to reach John to see about going to the races with him this weekend, but hadn't gotten an answer, and then Pam called to tell us he had passed last Saturday. ...
... a fantastic experience. Walking through the acres of cactuses and tall ocotillo shrubs with their scarlet flowers, we went deeper and deeper into the canyon. After a couple of hours we reached the palm oasis which has grown up around a mountain spring. Apparently there are flash floods here in the summer when the temperature gets up to around 52 degrees C! Not quite that hot for us but well over 30 which ...
... hair appointments, all we had left to do was box up the rest of our belongings. We finished most of our planning a week beforehand so we could spend time with friends and family.
We've written up and crossed off several to-do lists. Yet, I still can't help but feel like we might be forgetting something. I just have to keep reminding myself that as long as we have our passports and a means to get money, we'll be fine.
Like I said, we ...