The North Shore Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews The North Shore Inn Crestline
Travel Blogs from Crestline
... He checks the tire and I can tell he knows it is punctured. He removes the tire, breaks it down and informs us that he NEVER plugs a hole in a tire. Never has, never will. Just a lazy person does that.
I watch as memories regarding the process and techniques of patching a tire are revealed. This used to be the only way to properly do the repair.. No quick wham, bam, plug job here.
We chat about everything from California ...
... the snake to back away then proceeded, banging my trekking pole on the rocks to say where I was. I never saw the snake again but it showed me that I do have to try to stay vigilant and that I can have only 1 ear bud in to listen to music. If I had music in both ears I would have stepped on the thing. The trail likes to get your hopes up sometimes and then mess with ya! The other day the trail passed under a beautiful part of I -15, that I remember driving thru on my way south. ...
... out on the lake yet so we grabbed a quick bite and enjoyed the view before we were on our way down the other side. There was another lake further to the north (Big Bear Lake) but we decided not to visit as that road travels down the other side of the mountains and you end up in Victorville which is in the Mohave and a longer drive home (where the interstate overpass burned up). Instead we took another road down that ends up a little east of where we started. This side of ...
... duty and service. I knew an wise woman once who told me I'd you are having a bad day, go volunteer somewhere. Through service to others, we tend to help ourselves just as profoundly if not even more so. Papa Smurf, Mountain Mama, Josh, Jim, pepper, penny, peaches and Karma, thank you all so much for the amazing work you do in service to your fellow man. I apparently am going to end up with quite the list of "I hope to see you again sooner than later." All our love right at ...
... lots of trails here, and lots of people out to enjoy them. We diverted off the main trail and, over a railing, headed in our own direction. This trail went up through a valley, following a stream. Despite the shrubbery and small trees on the tops of these mountains, the valley was lush. The trail narrowed and crossed the stream several times. The dog was off the leash and loving running with the kids. Damian Jr and Matthew ran off ahead. Loving the twists and turns of ...