Old Ranch Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... buildings either which is quite refreshing and the whole place is surrounded by the huge mountains so you feel kind of enclosed.
The main street is just filled with shops and restaurants. The majority of people who live here are retirees and half of them seem to own dogs for some reason. I guess the temperatures are appealing as its winter here and yet the weather has been about 25-30 during ...
... ourselves. He was from Canadia, and like all good and sensible Canadites, he leaves the motherland during the winter. We pitched our tent and stood chatting to John from Calgary and another guy comes over. He's from Missouri which is almost as cold as Canadiland and him and his misses have given their house to their daughter and they are now touring the states in their fifth wheel. (thats a huge camper towed behind a massive truck.) long story ...
... best shirt on to go out in tonight, not sure what we're doing yet. I don't think there's any romance in the air at all with either of them but it's cool just hanging with them. It's a little weird I suppose but nothing I can't handle, now. I've hardly met any lads on this trip to hangout with, all girls. No bloody action yet though, not too fussed but something wouldn't be bad. I'm pretty sure if I really wanted something and tired I could but I'm not ...
David played the Hawaiian Wedding song on the ukelele as Jenny & her Dad, Bill walked down the aisle. When Rich saw Jenny step onto the aisle with her Dad....his emotion was what as a Mom felt blessed to witness. There wasn't a dry eye in the house. I was taking deep breaths not to start sobbing with happiness for him....I didn't want to ruin my make-up!
Vivi & Hazel, Noah's daughter, were adorable in ...
... Eminem and 50 cent coming on stage for a few songs. SJ thinks Eminem is a very angry young man. Overall we had a great time but for us it was just a bit too organised! The best part was most definitely the friends we made. We spent the hot baking day time in either shanty town 1 or 2 and had a great time talking about our different backgrounds, what different words mean in the UK/US (going on the pull/pole freaked out Evan and Nick) and I have to say it ...