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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 ...
... a starfish in the nearby tidal pool. The sun was out and it didn't take long for our clothes to dry. We headed then to watch Pets rule at the Pet Stadium. It was a fun show where the animals got to show us what they can do. Great fun to watch. Inbetween all this we had found out it was Halloween spooktacular and they were handing out different kids of candy at different stations around the park, which we all had fun collecting. We hadn't had ...
... on, saw a lot a neat (sleeping) animals. Then went back to take the bus tour that went around the zoo ( there was a 45 minute wait standing in line when we first got there) and gave some background about the zoo, the animals, the projects the zoo undertakes. Not a bad way to spend the day.
Back at the TT park, we decided to leave a day early due to there only being 30 amp service which did not allow our 3 ...
... Store/Casino enroute and saved a bit on fuel. Then we drove the few miles and got propane for $2.99 a gallon. Cheap by what we pay at home. The rest of the trip was uneventful. This CG is only about forty miles from where we were, as the crow flies. More if he drives.
It’s so quiet here, that it’s truly hard to believe. Many of the folks stay the full season of eight months. Our first full day, it got to ...
... our best friends. We had a great ride over and were joined by Bill and Cactus from our CMA chapter. They prayed over us and rode into Victorville, CA with us. We stopped for breakfast and had wonderful conversation. Thanks to them for joining us and especially for covering us in prayer.
We had lunch at La Cocina with Gary, Sue, their daughter Melissa and grandbaby Kaleigh. We've just been enjoying the great company ...