The North Shore Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... of the rangers who was so helpful and just really knowledgeable…we were impressed! He showed us several shorter trails to go on which would give us the best view of the rock formations, Joshua trees and wildlife. It also meant we would only do a mile or so in the heat (almost 100 degrees) then drive to the next place and cool off a bit on the way. It was going to be $20 per vehicle to enter the national park, however once again our annual pass came in handy and we get ...
Today we worked on our class announcements even harder today. However, I do have some good news. Randy, our CEO and founder, pulled me aside to do a one on one, and told me I would have no problem getting thousands of applications. His critiques took thirty minutes or less per person, and mine took five. I know this seems really air headed to say or even vain, but I want to ...
... 8221; called “Class Act” in nearby Gladstone to do the tire repair.
I almost can’t find it. There are no signs and it is the very back of a long skinny industrial area. I walk in and ask if the guy lounging in a chair is “Ken”. “That depends on why you are asking”, is the response. Ummm... I introduce myself to Ken informing him that John sent me. He tells me to pull the truck around and into his ...
... times, a sense that the world is moving much too fast and therefore they must drive very, very slowly. This combines with a tendency to be distracted most typically by an unexplained and constant hunger which causes slowdowns at everything that looks like a fast food stand, or food billboard, or a pretty girl, or a pretty guy, or... you get the point.
2. A population of mostly laid-back, easy going, new-age kinda folks who don’t ...
... t fill the swimming pool.
Thursday 5/8-decided to head east to visit San Bernandino National Forest and Lake Arrowhead. We decided to take the scenic Route 66 after stopping by CVS for some pills as I aggregated my knee and Terry stopped at Walmart to stock up on beer.
We headed east and the towns along Route 66 are really nice especially the town of Rancho Cucamungo which has a lot of building happening. In fact we saw another WigWam motel like the one in ...