Shore Acres Lodge
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... speedometer and the instructions from the Race committee that we will receive daily, 20 minutes before the start, there are 250 to 280 different instructions; turns, stops, speed changes, etc. covering about 250 miles each day. The times are taken down to the .01 of a second. 3 minutes to early or to late result in disqualification for that leg of the race. And the reason for getting involved in this adventure... "It is ...
... state historical site after his death in 1965. The town was founded by L. W. Coffee on July 12, 1941. Desert Hot Springs became a tourist destination in the 1950s because of its small spa and boutique hotels. Today the city has 25,000 residents.
I promised a tour of the resort, so here goes. Sands RV and Golf Resort is a large RV park loaded with amenities. 520 spacious RV sites are divided by privacy ...
... fence all the time. We walked down the holywood walk of stars, they were preparing to do the red carpet premiere of the Kumar and Harold 3D christmas ( we did not hang around the red carpet). We ate at Pinks famous hotdogs ( I don't know why they were so famous) my hotdogs are better. We drove to Santa Monica Beach, thats the one you see in the movies all the time, we walked along the pier and saw alot of cool things, even walked into the Pacific Ocean. It ...
... or he doesn’t strive to be
good at his job.
3) Maybe he likes his property more than he trusts/likes
people. He’s a snob.
Either way, spend your money and MORE IMPORTANTLY, SPEND
YOUR PRECIOUS VACATION SOMEWHERE ELSE!!
You don’t want to be staying somewhere that you are always held in
suspicion for no reason.
HE WAS ...
In our travels we quite frequently come across one of the 146 National Cemeteries. The National Cemeteries are generally military cemeteries containing the graves of U.S. Military personnel, veterans and their spouses. When we come across one of these cemeteries we make of a point of stopping by to pay our respects to those who gave service to this country that we are so grateful to call home!