Rodeway Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... closed when we arrived being a 'by appointment' day, a look through the window and we don't think we missed anything. The ghost town in Calico was interesting, complete in 1880s authentic pots. In Victorville we stopped at another cool little diner for some food. Then we got back on the road for the final interstate stint, it looked simple but it was pretty intense with some wicked cross winds, plenty of 18wheeler juggernauts a ...
... drive to Idyllwild, CA which is about 40 miles east of here. It is WAY up in the mountains. Hemet is at 1600 feet and Idyllwild is a mile high...that's 5280 feet in case you've forgotten. Actually it is at 5308 feet to be exact! The day started out gray and cloudy and the mountains where we were headed were pretty socked in. We thought we might encounter rain. We climbed up and up and up this windy mountain road. Great views of the valley we left behind until we got up into ...
... Christmas found us heading over to my sister's house. We were joined there by my folks which meant that the majority of the Luhtala family was together for the holiday!
We are here for a just a few more days before heading out to Palm Desert for a couple of weeks. It is hard to believe how quickly the time has gone by and that the next entry we will be doing is ...
... he saw them and Elwood starting chatting straight away about his figures. He also got see their dog, Sebastian, which he was so excited about. (He quite often pretends he is walking Seb or that he is Seb!) He has not quite got his head around being able to see people, but not being able to play with them. When the girls were on the computer at one point Elwood was looking behind and under the computer, I am pretty sure he was trying ...
... porch. There she saw coyotes standing on the porch. Something in the back of her mind made her open the door to the porch and step outside. The coyotes just glanced at her and did nothing. They were looking towards the woods like something had frightened them. They moved back and forth along the porch and brushed up against Molly. ...