Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... of that!".
As we drove through that long, ugly, boring desert between home and the Nevada/California state line we passed a huge traffic jam going the other way and sort of "smugly" thought "gee, those folks are hating life right now" and thanking our lucky stars that we weren't involved.
About 10 miles before the state line we started getting rain, sometimes really heavy and all of a sudden the freeway started looking like a bumper ...
... at 1500 feet and when we reached Lake Arrowhead we were over 5000 and at one point we had reached 6000 feet. There are small towns located around in the area and even schools up there as who wants to travel those roads every day. The mountains were green with tall pines and what a view when we got to Lake Arrowhead. This is a winter and summer resort where there is skiing in the winter and boating in the summer. Not much activity since it was just warming up, in fact, no one had ...
... track. The girls were trying to share in the boys fun but were still concerned about getting dirty and wet. Amber was particularly concerned about the dog, scared that she couldn't handle the wilderness and might hurt herself. We walked up the track for around 50min, then, it was decided to turn back. We headed back and let the kids roam ahead again, despite the calls from a fretful mother. I ended up picking up rubbish on the way back. It was such a nice place ...
... to hang my shirts on clothes hangers in the garage. I thought the dog might grab them if I hung them outside. Damian got home at around 1800 and with a bag full of the biggest oysters I've seen. The shells smelt bad, but they were awesome. They had been brought up from Mexico the day before. The kids hovered but wouldn't dare touch as Damian and myself stuffed ourselves. Damian offered 2 hrs of PS3 time to eat one. ...
... of California?
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