La Quinta Inn Tehachapi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... got my official trail name today. It is... Mr. Blister... Yes, you read correctly. Trail names are a part of trail life. You meet many new people out here and it is fun and effective to have something unique and special to call them by. Every new long distance hiker hopes to pick up a badass trail name. I laughed all day at my name. To be honest I like it. I'm laying in my sleeping bag laughing about it right now. Everyone I told my name too so far just laughed at me. What can ...
... lots of gifts for our family in Cuba, an amazing camera (gift from the loving parents at the exceptional school I work in), a tent, an ice-box, sleeping bags, games, books, and a few other things we'll need for camping.
Our first stop is my old home in Rosamond, California. This place is in the Mojave desert. It's beautiful in a dry, desolate, and windy sort of way. The night sky is amazing and sunsets ...
... Boat and when it came down to the bottom there was a big massive splash and best of all you can get wet from the big splash. Our hotel was awesome. There was a surprise pack in the room with a book one lego brick and a mini figure. I used my own money to buy two lego sets a big one and a medium one. After two days we flew from San Diego all the way to Las Vegas. We went to the big dam which was called ...
... microsoft word processor, anti virus, pop-up blocker, spyware removal, games, an such like). And many of these you will get free of charge. So before buying the completely equipped system, think about if you truly want all of the extras , at that point look around to know if you can buy a scaled down PC - and get the extras by yourself for a lot less!
3) Really don't buy extended warranty. If ...
... out from Colorado to hike the next section with us. Val's never been to the Sierra before, so we're excited to share our "home" with her. As we hike up Kearsage Pass, she keeps saying "wow" and takes tons of photographs. We tease her a little and ask her how much memory her camera has because we've still got 90 miles to make it to Kennedy Meadows (her finish point). It's a beautifully warm evening and as we reach ...