How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... t be home til tonight"
Someone inside said "They are bringing pizza and doughnuts for dinner"
I said to myself- this is the place to be.
about 15 of us watched Blade Runner, ate the hiker food, helped out papa smurf and mountain mama when they got home just to clean up the kitchen some. We all ate Domino's, shared stories of hiking, work, drunken memories. VERY COOL people, very patient, very kind, unbelievable.
... owned land, FAR AWAY from everything. and they wanted to open it up for PCT Thru-hikers.. and that became Mike's Skyland Sanctuary. A hideaway tucked in the desert mountains. 100+ miles into the trip and I hear Big Brother and the Holding Company Loudly playing, echoing over the valleys, The sounds and signs attract me to Mikes place, where he is cooking chicken, beans, pancakes, bacon...A hiker named "No Pain" had ...
I was up at 8am this morning and had a cup of coffee with Angelica. David got up and He and Margaret got dressed so he could take her horse back ridding for the first time. Dave and I stayed with Gel so she could relax since her leg was still bothering her. Around 11:30 I suggested we start loading the car so we could leave. Just then David sent an email they he and Maggie were done with the horses and were heading back home. I quickly suggested that ...
... died down, they let us know they thought they would stay the night in Great Bend, Kansas.They all wanted updates on the U.S. Open......sleep in late tomorrow Gentlemen...you deserve it...Happy Father's Day...know that your families are with you in spirit and love you very much. Stay Safe!!
June 18, 2013, Ken and Jim arrived in Ken's childhood home town of Worthington, MN today. they have been having fun ...
... 1700 hr. Mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church here in DHS. The church was beautifully decorated, the Mass lovely. There are lots of folks like us in the pews- visiting Snow Birds who have migrated to Desert Hot Springs for the winter.
To our family and our friends and readers:
SAFE AND PEACEFUL