The Vintage Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Bob and Ken, without the supervision of Jim and Matt....put the cover on the car, upside down! Oops!
June 13,2013, The morning was cool in Southern California and the excitement continued to build with all the last minute perparations for Ken, Jim and Bob. Today is the day that they start their cross country drive. Bob left home in Rancho Cucamonga with a kiss to Pam and a "Look after your Mother" to his son ...
... less than 6 months. 6 months or more out of country and their medical insurance is cut off. Their dress and their speech don't give any hint of being Canucks. What I think as Canadian accents may come from provinces a little farther east than B.C.
The meal was really great. We had ham, turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, yams, sweet potatoes, breaded,corn, two other types of veggies and rolls. Dessert consisted of pies, cookies, fruit cake, two other types of cakes and ...
... between two mountains. Descending from the higher elevation of the lake we saw several winter ski runs along the highway. The trip down was beautiful, with enormous pine trees, numerous yellow flowering bushes and wonderful views of the valley below. This side of the mountain range at the higher elevations was green and sometimes lush compared to the barren mountain side of rock on the other side of the mountain. On the way back to the camper we stopped for dinner.
... ago, we did a
room change when my husband came
up to meet us. We did the
paperwork for the bigger place.
The owner again reminds me of the maximum occupancy rule. REALLY!! WE HAVE NEVER VIOLATED THIS RULE! WE NEVER TRIED OR INTENDED TO VIOLATE IT!! SIGH!! He shows me the contract. I tell him curtly, “ I can read!!” After this incident, he starts to talk nicer. Instead of being condescending, he
tries to now be ...
... actually am not sure how the U of R did this, but both Jane Goodall and Maya Angelou came to campus to speak. Naturally, both events were sold out within days that the tickets were sold and our chapel was packed to the brim with people. Both women were phenomenal in their speeches and everyone was so focused that you could hear a pin drop in the crowd. What struck me in Jane Goodall's speech was how she shared what an impact her mother had on her growing up. Her mother was ...