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... We chose the trail to see the largest Lodgepole Pine 'in the world!'..about 6 miles up a rather rough access road to the trailhead. Glad we had a sturdy truck. The hike wasn't long but ascending a little and we could feel the difference in the air. Took our time..saw some amazing trees and the 'famous' Lodgepole Pine. Aren't ...
... on front, of course I bought it. We headed back out to the car and she took me back to Grand Terrace and dropped me off. She had an opportunity to see Grandpa Dave before taking her leave.
We sat around, I read a book and Mike and Dave watched Baseball on TV until Jenny came home. We decided we would go out to the Food Connection again for dinner.
Mike and Dave watched another Baseball game and ...
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 ...
... get my work done before a wonderful weekend ahead. Mainly my uncle Bob is getting married to Barbara Lindquist this weekend!! They are being innovative by doing a service on the Pier in San Clemente. It's going to be beautiful and a highlight for our family. We all are ready to celebrate!!
I wanted to let you all know that preforming in the Vagina Monologues (In Spanish) was a wonderful experience for ...
Hello once again,
Even though I have been at school only three weeks it feels like three months with how much has gone on. First of all it has been anywhere from 80-105 degrees so I have been melting away as we speak. I don't remember it ever being this hot in Redlands but at least it will cool down soon and I live in a hall with air conditioning in the mean time.
As soon as I got back to campus both ...