Antlers Inn

Address: 26125 Highway 189, Twin Peaks, California, 92391, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Awara Onsen area of Twin Peaks, is near Lake Gregory Regional Park, Ice Castle International Training Center, Wildhaven Ranch, and Wawona Information Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Twin Peaks

    Las Vegas to Rialto

    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 16, 2014

    51 photos

    ... and oh did it purr too. I obviously amused him and Andy got some very contented photo shots of me. Then he was gone with an enormous roar with his cow horn handle bars, grrr. Andy bought Kevin a drink with the last of our dollars and we wished Donna good luck with her hip replacement and told Ed we'd give him a big up in our blog. Donna asked us to give them a big shout out on yelp too. With our goodbyes, & leaving them to wondered what had just happened, we ...

    Knackered Towns.

    A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... with scary eyes that follow you as you drive past. We were again on (or still on - we hadn't noticed earlier) the Beale Wagon Road as we drove through the large Kingman, but a not unattractive Kingman where they hold an annual Route 66 Classic Car Rally. Then came the switchbacks of the narrow Oatman 'highway' where Harry got all excited again like he had when we approached the climb to Jerome out of Cottonwood. The rock formations on the side of the mountain range ...

    Arriving at the Croy's

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Oct 11, 2012

    49 photos

    ... and pumping plants. Another display illustrates the "big" tools that were used to construct the nation's largest state-built water and power development system. Then picture yourself at the bottom of the 444-mile long California Aqueduct.
    The next room contains a timeline of California's history of water events plus you can take "flight" over the entire length of the State Water Project via video.
    The subject of water is not complete without understanding ...

    Cabin in the Woods

    A travel blog entry by lilyhainline on Jul 01, 2012

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    July 1
    Not more than an hour and a half from Palm Desert, at 6,000 feet elevation, we find ourselves surrounded by large pine trees and wood cabins. Antlers Inn and Resort is located within the boundaries of the San Bernadino National Forest and just ...

    Just getting back into the swing of things

    A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Jan 26, 2012

    ... of this class is to provide early intervention so that they can be mainstreamed later on in school. So far I love it!!!!

    So things with my classes are going well. My residents seem to be getting involved on campus and it has been fun to see them pursue their interests since they have had a semester to get used to college. Oh yeah, I almost forgot. In February I am going to be preforming in the Spanish presentation of the Vagina Monologues. ...