Holiday Inn Express Colton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... baseball, we moved upward to a bag of gummy bears. We took that bag and rushed it to the candy store where a wonderful woman named Kayla gave us a QUERTER POUND of fudge. It came out to the a value of eight dollars. Not bad so far. Then, we took that fudge to a boutique shop where we traded it for a hand made pair of earrings (also at a value of eight dollars). Finally, we made it to a smaller boutique where this wonderful lady named Beth gave us ...
... informal celebration, which was followed by returning to Larry and
Jill's home for coffee and a scrumptious cake they had organised.
Margaret's birthday arriving it also meant our time here in the USA is now in
its final three months. We have seen so
many great places and things. Enough memories
to keep us going for two lifetimes.
with repairs to Glestelle and Tom's ...
... was an abundance of RV parks with inexpensive sites. Upon checking in to our deserted desert RV Park, I was surprised to learn was this is a mecca for Rock Hounds and other attendees of the "Desert Gardens International Rock, Gem & Mineral Show" which runs from... now get this... January 1st through February 28th. Yes, we are talking about two full months of “Show” with hundreds of vendors from all around ...
... allow him to travel with a concealed weapon and sought Nixon's approval to get them. He wanted to combate the growing drug and addiction problem.
The drive north to Thousand Oaks was in heavy stop and go traffic on I-5 with 104 degree temperaturs. Val got a little warm, that was controlled by turning off the AC, but then the passengers got really warm!
... s) and (probably) far more than we would ever need on a one-night-in-the-wilderness adventure.
So around 10:00 we took off, totally uneventful and normal amid news notifications of the "fringe of Hurricane Norbert" but since we haven't seen rain since, probably, March, didn't really pay much attention. We hit a little bit of moisture on the road at about Rancho Cucamonga but only in passing though "gee, I wish for the sake of our yards we'd get ...