Three Bear Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tidligt lørdag morgen satte vi os i Det Røde Lyn, som jeg har døbt bilen, og kørte ind til selve San Francisco. Kirsten havde købt motorcykeltøj i en butik derinde, og jeg ville ikke stå tilbage for hende. Mit gamle motorcykeltøj er efterhånden også lidt vel stort.
Jeg forelskede mig straks i en klassisk læderjakke, som de desværre ikke havde i …
... I said yes..why are old people not allowed to ride...she laughed and said you don't look that old..how old are you about 30? She said my Dad is 42 and you can't be that old. I laughed and said no..try 45. So when I got off and did not fall off..I said see, I guess old people can do it. It was fun! Oh my gosh...we seen our first Walmart. Madison was so ecstatic. We needed to get a few things but probably still spent an hour in there. We had went ...
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It is good to have a nice campsite though so when you “go back home” you hook up to the power and have heating in the motorhome. Last night, we had to disconnect the water hose to prevent it from freezing. During the day, layering is the key to be warm so we are wearing 4-6 layers each. So, on the pictures, it is not that we are all fat but that we are carrying almost all our clothes with us. Not stylish. ...
... destination once we got going was Mammoth Hot Springs in the Mammoth area of the park. It's a long drive from our campground so by the time we arrived we were all hungry for lunch. We ate and then checked out the springs. As is typical with these major thermal feature attractions there is a boardwalk snaking all around the hot springs. There were many steps to climb and the sun was strong. Not everyone in our little group was so enthusiastic about this attraction but once again ...
... aware of the fact that we had violated the law... In fact, this is one aspect of American cultural that I have real trouble identifying with. It seems as though Americans are not encouraged to think about why the law may be in place (i.e. to protect you, your neighbour, your country, etc). Rather than educating and fostering a culture of shared responsibility and smart/thoughtful actions to protect yourself and others from ...