Oak Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I finally decided to walk up to him, but before I reached him, another woman stopped me and asked if I needed help. I suddenly realized why she had a bit of a tone in her voice. I was wearing a Steadicam shirt that they had given me when we got there. This was like walking into a Pepsi stand wearing a Coca Cola shirt (maybe not that severe because Glidecam is much smaller than Steadicam, but you get the idea). I couldn't be ...
The title does not lie unfortunately. This week has been pretty normal, but I will try to go into as much detail as I can.
On Monday, Max, Jordan, and I set out to find a Best Buy with the goal of buying an ethernet cable splitter, because the WiFi at PCC is less than average. But like many of our plans we make out here, they often turn into tangents. We arrived at the Best Buy only to find that it was next to a Dick's Sporting ...
One thing that I have realized this trip, is how much smell plays a role in our memories. How certain things can have familiar smells, how you can tell where you are by smells, and how smells can be tied to certain experiences. Today's "smells" included a couple of fun stops... My morning woke up with an insanely bright sunrise in Carpenteria, at my friends Aaron & Lizzie's apartment. They live right across highway 101 from the beach, so the ...
... poverty until we reached places like India or Cambodia, I never thought we'd see it in the suburbs of Chicago or New York. Even tiny places like Jamestown have people living on the streets.
For me the best part of America is it's national parks. Yosemite, Monument Valley, Sequoia, Big Sur, Grand Canyon. All National Parks. The word 'park' doesn't seem a grand enough name to justify the beauty of these ...
... for the past nine months, typically hiking six to eight long hikes per month and gradully increasing the distance from around six miles to about 12 miles per hike. We focused a bit too much on the 100 mile distance in the beginning and went for mileage in each hike. Later we realized we need to train more for elevation gain. Hopefully we are ready now!
Top Ten new things we learned while getting ready for this trip: 10) Buy oversized ...