The North Shore Inn
Travel Blogs from Crestline
... he is so close to home, all he needs is Matt to hit. Come on Matt!! Pitch comes, Matt hits, it's a grubber, but it's straight through a gap in the players. They win the game!!! What an exciting finish. I was sure that he would have got the game ball for winning the game for them, but no, it was a kid who got his first home run. Blah. In typical little league fashion, we were all invited to a pizza party. This pizzeria was set up for kids and little league parties as ...
... and the barriers came down. But that only stops traffic and we could easily walk round - as Harry did when the four leading engines had passed. But this time, because it was a nice smooth concrete base of a level crossing, Harry laid down in the middle of the two tracks as the train - a very fast train as it happened - thundered past, shaking the road either side of the crossing and creating a strong turbulent wind. It's quite a feeling to be that close such a ...
... that thousands of bike riders from different parts of the country are heading to Washington, DC in the “Ride to the Wall” that is going on to raise awareness of our war veterans. They are scheduled to meet at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on a certain day. That should be a sight to see
Just for Frank L., we ate hamburgers for lunch in Oatman at the restaurant in the Oatman Hotel. The restaurant’s walls, ceilings, doors, windows, etc. were ...
... nope, drive over here, nope, drive over there, nope. Finally, after a call to his sister, Kelly, we figured out where it actually was. Thank goodness! Finally, we made a stop by a surprising Bob's in Norco. It was Andrew's birthday after all. He got his usual hot fudge cake & I got some ice cream thing. We saw the former site of the purported sparkly rock. It was a great day for all & we'll go back when there aren't so many people there, or not!
... Oh no! Oh no! Wait. Stop! Stop! Stop!" She was running in the trees, chasing after her snowboard that came loose and was riding down the mountain without her. My uncle and I could do nothing but laugh as we watched her chase after the runaway board. “Thank God for that tree!” she said, coming out of the rough, carrying her board with her. Just as she strapped the board back on, Brian caught up with us and he took over Jane's lessons; ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed