Black Forest Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... three days. We saw this part of our trip as a pre Vegas holiday which included nine holes of golf, tennis, some one on one basketball, a dip in the hot tub and even a few hours of pumping iron in the complex's gym. America celebrates "Memorial Day," every year on the last Monday in May. Originally called Decoration day it's original conception was to comenerate the sacrifice made by the Union & Confederate soldiers in the civil war. ...
... four miles to the Bears with renewed energy and anxious excitement. I definitely didn't take enough pictures to do Ziggy justice but it's almost one if those things I'd rather keep in a special place in my heart. Ziggy is the female half and The Bear is her counterpart. They are both well into their 70's (sorry if we are overestimating!) and know how to do dome serious trail magic. I heard a story that they used to be at another house slightly less convenient but through ...
We went into Desert Hot Springs in search of the Cabot Museum. It lies on the hill east of downtown. Our intent was to take a look around and make a reservation for a tour tomorrow. As is our M.O. as of late we were the first visitors to arrive. We decided to change our plan and tour today!
This place is certainly worth seeing. It was built by one man, Cabot Yerxa. I was astounded to learn how this one man touched so many souls and accomplished so much in just one lifetime. ...
Hey, people have to do something new every once in a while so why not visit the Coachella Valley? Well, now you know why we are here, now don't you?
We have never, ever stayed in one location for more than a week other than serving as hosts at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery and Coquille River Lighthouse this past year. Spending five weeks in one location and not having any sort of obligation is ...
... one ever) and watched the people already on the runs.
Joel was booked for Beyond Beginner Ride however somehow (after having to swap meeting locations a couple of times) ended up in the Guaran Ride Beginner (entry level).
Darren, Dan and I were booked in the Guaran Ski Beginner - which was great value - $79 (holiday prices) for 4 hours of instruction (2 hours a.m. and 2 hours p.m.) and all-day lift ticket for chairs 6 and 7 as well as only paying $20 ...