La Quinta Inn & Suites Hesperia Victorville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Up, up and up the trail continued. Stopping occasionally for a rest I struggled to regain my breath. As I neared the highest point – the Grandview Point – the air was becoming chilly, despite the afternoon sun being well out.
Coming down again was a blast, the descent lasting for around 15 minutes. Fast corners, drops off logs, twisting on the bike as I negotiated gaps through ...
... Baldy (aka Mt. San Antonio), and the goal was to hike to the top of the mountain tomorrow.
So beachside last night and mountainside tonight. Lacking pasta to carbo-load for tomorrow’s hike, we picked the next best thing and finished off the bag of marshmallows by the fire (picture Nike commercial here: "Just Do It").
... ended and turned into I-15) we had a temperature at one point of 106 degrees. Our elevation ranged from 466 to 4,000 feet as we made our trek.
We arrived at Adelanto RV Park and Resort in Adelanto, CA at 6:25 our time, 4:25 CA time. It was 95 degrees. Our drive today was 246 miles. Nice campground with good electricity and fair wifi. It is a very good place to stop for tonight. Tomorrow we plan to make a run for my brother’s home which is about 150 miles from here. Stay ...
... than I have ever been loved before, more than I have ever let anyone love me. And I hurt her more than she had ever been hurt before, or hopefully ever again. We dated each other, we hated each other, we held each other's bare bodies out of love, out of loneliness, out of weakness, out of spite, out of fun, out of longing, out of pure contentedness. We saw each other through other lovers (if you could even call them that, in some ...
... into the brakes more; my thighs were burning! The run was steep and gave too many blind spots and so I could not take a break. Just as my legs were going to give underneath me, I found myself on the peak of the mogul run. "****!" I exclaimed in such panic, the riders on the lift above may have heard my cry. There's only one way down, I thought, so I squatted even lower and dug my edges into the snow to help me control my speed and maneuver ...