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... and fog. But the clouds didn't last long and suddenly we went from gray and dull to a bright sunny day as we neared Idyllwild.
Idyllwild is the oddest little town. It reminded us of Kimberley or 1960's Whistler with lots of chalets, mountain cabins and alpine looking houses. It is in the middle of a national forest with beautiful big evergreens. We have since been told that usually at this time of year it is buried in snow! Obviously a tourist spot with lots of ...
Well, we finally had to tackle the trek through LA. Neither of us was looking forward to it. We were on the road by 8:30 after a quick stop for gas. We decided to take the Pacific Coast Highway through Malibu to Santa Monica then take I-10 east the rest of the way.
The drive on the PCH was very pretty, along the water once we got through Oxnard. Lots of surfers out, even at that early hour and hundreds of cyclists. Obviously a popular ...
... I still suck at it. I enjoy the social aspect of the game and don't take my scoring very seriously - I'm just happy to be there. I've accumulated quite a wardrobe as my friends and I haunt the malls and outlet stores. The deals are so good that I can't pass them up. (I'm going in the poor house from all the money I'm saving.)
Jim and I spent a day driving to Tom's Farms and Market in Corona. It is a popular family outing on the weekends and boasts a large ...
... and carrots – hoping he’ll fatten up by Easter.
To finish off our first month here, we watched the Grey Cup game with about 60 other Canucks. The Green Machine ruled! – the banners, streamers, balloons, hats, cloaks and numerous mini footballs with the Number 13 stamped on them were thrown about. If there were any eastern fans, they didn’t identify themselves. Everybody brought ...
... plants became more frequent. For a brief segment, the highway goes through Arizona AND the western end of the Grand Canyon. Here, the roadway rapidly descends through deep vertical cliffs of red rock. Then, after a gradual climb it all ends abruptly and you’re in Nevada.
We stayed at the beautiful Oasis RV Park in Las Vegas – nice pools, waterfalls, lots of palm trees, lush shrubs, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking