The Oaks at Ojai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by the chattering and fighting of raccoons who had come across a bag of food we'd stupidly left out side the tent. Even with Gary bravely leaping out of bed and chasing them off the little *******s had still managed to get into a bag of peanut M&Ms (which must have been what I'd heard them crunching on) and unwrapped a Lindt chocolate. When we unzipped our tent in the morning one even had the nerve to saunter past the ...
... PCH and also had me thinking – I know this road – and I did I have definitely driven these highways several times before. I saw a lovely old e Type Jag although closer up I could see it had been in the wars. Respect though it was clearly getting more action that my poor old TR in the garage for months on end (which I why I am selling it when I get back). I also saw dozens of cyclists – now the weather and views were perfect for a ride but PCH is way ...
... course and the tea lights that are hanging from the mature trees. The only negative was that we were sitting close to a table of middle aged Americans that were constantly trying to outdo each other...it was hilarious to listen to the **** that came out of their mouths. We plan much of the same tomorrow with a bit of Ryder Cup viewing thrown in. Not looking forward to checking out on Monday. TTUL ...
I am back, safe and sound, just so you all know. And I have to say, after enduring much *********** my trip, including jet-lag, weird food (goat intestines was the weirdest), little sleep, hard physical labor, and horrible air quality . . . . ...
... these picturesque birds do have a dark side. One guy told me the night herons are particularly bad; they roost in the trees above his trailer and squawk and poop all night. Big, messy poops and stinky too. One of the rangers told us the larger egrets and herons around here also make a mess and he has seen them eat small squirrels whole when they can catch them. Egads! and they look so angelic... Maybe there is no nirvana in the real world. It's ...