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TravelPod Member ReviewsThree Pines Lodge Big Bear Lake
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... planned to be at Ken's at 8:00am. In all the excitement he left his racing team shirts at home, turning around he went back and got them. While Ken and Jim hustled around to get the car loaded with their suitcases and all the last minute things to do, before the 3 of them, had a great time showing Gail Wesson from the Press-Enterprise the trailer with the car inside, and sharing some of the reasons, and all the excitement, of ...
... dish made with fresh berries smothered in 6 inches of whipped cream. The amount of food for dinner was just right- not too many left overs. Desert was a different story. All who brought dessert supplied enough for 16 people. At least 5 desserts were presented. Needless to say a lot of dessert was not consumed!
After dinner a small choir composed of two ladies and a gentleman sang some our old favourite carols. They and their pianist were quite good. Everyone joined ...
This morning was cold and rainy, when we woke up it was 58 degrees inside, so it must have been colder outside; and then while we were eating breakfast it started to rain. Luckily it stopped raining by the time we started to pack up to move. We traveled west on I-8, north on I-15 to I-215 north, then CA Rt 60 east, and I-10 east to exit 117 and the town of "Desert Hot Springs", (north west of Palm Springs). We are staying at ...
say, “Oh, I was just looking out for you.” Whatever. I already paid. For my family’s sake, I’ll make the
best of it. We were spending most
of our time with our family at the house rental down the street anyway.
HE’S A PREJUDICIAL SNOB: I confronted the owner during
check-out about how appalled I was with his suspicious behavior throughout my
family’s stay. He ...
... that encouraged her curiosity and was willing to go with Jane in the jungle to begin her research. Jane made herself seem more human to the crowd and not distant. About a week or so that Jane came to campus Maya Angelou spoke. Apparently this was her last public speech ever but I am not too sure how true that is. She shared with the audience how the events that happened in her childhood led her to not speak for years. Later on she had found her voice again through poetry. ...