Knickerbocker Mansion Country Inn
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... campground and I reviewed it below. Heading to Palm Springs tomorrow.
Wednesday, April 17 – Joshua Tree National Park – Black Rock Campground This campground is located in the northwest of Joshua Tree National Park. You have to leave the
Park and then drive in from Yucca Valley. It is the closest campground from the Palm Springs area and the Visitor Center was very busy. Some of the ...
... the tribe's rangers, and we were lucky to be the only two hikers in the group.
William had lots to tell us about the stories his ancestors have handed down and about the plants we encountered along the way and their uses for food and medicine.
The brittlebush ...
... able to do through Intervarsity(IV) is go to Catalina Island for a retreat. Seven of us from Redlands joined students from Occidental College and the Clairmont Schools for our fall conference. Becca was one of the students and I loved the fact that I got to spend my last fall conference with her. It was a chance to get some good sister time that we haven't been able to find on campus.
The retreat was also a time to re-fuel and learn how to not be so anxious about ...
... ago, we did a
room change when my husband came
up to meet us. We did the
paperwork for the bigger place.
The owner again reminds me of the maximum occupancy rule. REALLY!! WE HAVE NEVER VIOLATED THIS RULE! WE NEVER TRIED OR INTENDED TO VIOLATE IT!! SIGH!! He shows me the contract. I tell him curtly, “ I can read!!” After this incident, he starts to talk nicer. Instead of being condescending, he
tries to now be ...
... would be de-activated in 1994 and would officially become March Air Reserve Base in 1996.
The museum contains over 60 planes on the flight line along with several displays explaining the history of the base. By far the most interesting part of our visit was talking with the docents. They are mostly retired military folks who served here and the stories they have to share are worth the price of admission!