Cheat River Lodge and Riverside Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Margaret, it gave her the opportunity to shop for a few things we needed.
Tina hales from Australia, we grew up together back when aeroplanes had propellers and kids took notice of their parents. She came to America in 1964 with her family, her dad being an American serviceman who married an Aussie girl. They were moving back to the USA on a permanent basis.
When Stan and Marge, returned to the land downunder a couple of years ...
I will be traveling with students to see Amsterdam, Paris, and London in order to visit museums, architectural sites, and areas of historical significance. By visiting these places in person, I am hoping to fulfill the part of our College's Mission Statement to prepare and inspire students for success and thoughtful engagement in the world. I can think of ...
Falling as defined by Google: "to move downward, typically rapidly and freely without control, from a higher to a lower level." I'm pretty sure after today, next to the definition, you will find a picture of me skiing a blue slope.
Lindsay and I were on KP duty this morning...and we ended up in charge of making biscuits and gravy for breakfast (a rather terrifying task when you have several southerners in the group). Pioneer woman and Linda saved the day and ...
You guys, I LOVE skiing! We had a group breakfast, graciously cooked by Dana and Daniel; before heading over to Timberline to ski. There were four new skiiers in the group so we headed straight to the bunny slopes. I made it on and off the ski lift without falling: step one! Daniel was trying to teach the basics to Hoptu, but Greg and I were too excited to wait so we started off down the slope. I made it with only two falls... Then we went back up ...
... this summer. It was so hard not to stop every ten minutes (okay, ten seconds) and capture a shot of the landscape. I swear there were sirens calling to me from the snow covered rolling hills that were dotted with cows and rustic wooden and stone buildings. Once we left the main highways we were in a true winter wonderland. Abbi wasn't thrilled by the occasional white out conditions; but I couldn't be happier to back in the snow once again. Good news: ...