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... eh, gentleman on the other.
Most of the folks at our table were from Canada, and most of those from British Columbia. They have very American sounding names; Ruth, Martha, Betty, Harry, Otto, Russ, Nigel. Nigel? Yes, he was born a Britt, went to Canada on business, decided he liked it and became a citizen. It was fun conversing with them, learning about their homes and their plans for this winter, when and how they were to return to their homes. Most stay in the U.S. ...
... a valley surrounded with shear rock walls and piles of rocks that kept the area hidden from local ranchers and was rumored to be the hideout of cattle rustlers. After a picnic lunch we headed to “Keys View”, at 5,185 feet it was the highest point in the park accessible to the general public. It was a long drive up the mountain, but the views from the top made it all worthwhile; we could overlook the valley far below that consisted of Palm Springs and ...
... his office to come over, wagging his finger like he is the principal
of a school and I am a school girl who just got busted. How rude! I ignore him.
He comes to the pool area, points his finger at my family in the pool
and curtly interrogates me about who are the children in the pool. I tell him. He condescendingly tells me, “I wish you asked for
permission. Now you are going to have to disappointment them.” I calmly complied ...
... our entry ($25 each for all day pass, 10am - 4pm) and got stuck into it. Big Bear Snow Play is inner tubing which is serviced by a Magic Carpet uphill lift enclosed in Plexiglas to eliminate the need to walk uphill. http://www.bigbearsnowplay.com/
The inner tubing was so much fun!! We tried all kinds of combinations - going down solo (lying either face first or sitting up); going down in a 'chain' holding onto each ...
... because of the budget cuts but Redlands has been affected by the economy as well. Nothing is finalized but the board of trustees has proposed that we will be losing faculty and could be possible be cutting out the computer science, Japanese and debate programs/majors(thankfully they are not even considering eliminating communicative disorders so I am grateful for that.) Everyone has been shaken up by it ...
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