Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... up 500 ft. I just kept looking ahead and trying not to look down too much as it was pretty freaky. As we got a lot higher it got really windy – luckily we took long sleeves with us and hats etc so we could cover up and avoid wind burn. Once we got to the top it was pretty amazing…you could look out over LA and even see Catalina Island on a clear day. We managed to do the hike in 2 hours to get to the peak and then 1.5 hours to get back down. There were some parts that felt like ...
... sterling silver necklace which had a sea turtle pendant on it. Since we work with sea turtles it was awesome. It had a value of $20.00.
We won. Shout out to Charlotte and Liz because they did most of the work!! I just made them run the whole way. By the way that took us thirty minutes.
Yesterday, was just a whole whirlwind of everything. We had meetings on meetings with all the new members of the higher up ISV Staff Members. Then ...
... continues to plague them. At first they were told it would be a couple
of weeks and they should be back on the road.
That is when the Chinaman took things into his own hands. They were then informed it would be around
six weeks before it was ready as parts had to be manufactured by Jayco and then
shipped to Hanover Pennsylvania to be fitted.
We had asked
them to come over and spend some time with us so ...
... hawking their wares.
The reservation board at our RV Park showed that every one of their sites had been booked and paid for the entire month of January and February – almost 9 months ahead of time! We are told that in January and February, this entire city is packed to the gills. I saw several billboards advertising “Dry Camping” RV sites in the middle of the desert. This would mean that people are paying to park ...
... 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 ...