Mountain Star Lodge and Hotel
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... off the freeway at the last minute etc but no one even blinks an eye lid. McKinley falls for a hike! Edged up in an another Motel 6 near San Marco tonight....got there and it was dark and face down in the pool was this short fat Mexican man..he didn't seem to be alive so I was just getting into life saver mode and up he pops and says hello! Stayed in with a giant pizza and watched Hart of Dixie...if was heavenly. Room was very snazzy too, didn't even smell of ...
... and even went off the trails for a while. Jay said it was an advanced trail ride. We trotted for a large portion, especially up and down the hills. It was so cool but the exhilaration kept us warm. Loved it! A little scary but we felt comfortable pretty quickly. Back at the cabin, we packed our stuff and said our ...
... time to find the flyaway LAX bus station, get tickets and board. The traffic was fine and we got to the airport at just after 9am so we were really early, of course being early it took no time to check in and get through security, if we were late it would have been the opposite. Once we got to the gate we got breakfast from a bakery, it was a complete rip off, my turkey sandwich was $10 by itself, all up for a ...
... br> this delicious ball of dairy and calories into a cup. Coldstone stole
Amy's idea but could not replicate its funkiness and we are a big fan of
small local business so it was our job to support Amy's as much as
we could over the week. The next day Kara and Courtney had a girls date
featuring manny peddies with Alex, a nice lunch and limited shopping.
The kids and I headed to New Braunfels to go rafting on the Guadalupe.
... Center at 9:00 AM and things moved along pretty well for the first two hours. They got Kathy registered, moved into her pre-op room, cleaned, gowned, IV'd and drugged. Then we waited. For another four hours. She didn't get taken into the OR until 3:30 PM. So while there was a lot of waiting, at least everyone was nice and caring. She met with the pastor, the nurse, the nurse anesthetist, the anesthesiologist, the surgeon, some other ...