Silver Pines Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... There were no street lights but everyone was taking their turns and we arrived at the harbour where there was quite a bit of chaos as the many restaurants were not able to take credit cards nor serve anything hot, only salads and drinks. We were not interested in having dinner so just walked around the harbour. There were several fishing boats that had just come in with their catch but because of no power they had to unload by hand. We watched one boat with two very well ...
Hi there. Welcome to my blog, Riding the Rockies with Gary.
For those of you who've wondered what happened to me since my last blogging extravaganza, I'm still Gary, the retired PR guy, golfer, pro bono communications consultant and Harley rider. You may recall my writing from previous years, as I shared my experiences on the road.
When we last communicated, it was Autumn 2012. I was on a Harley Hillbilly Holiday, riding more than ...
Thursday 17th, April Alarms were set for an 8.15am departure to Will Call. Our tickets needed to be picked up from Indio, about 30mins from Palm Springs. We successfully made our way through will call after 30min line up. Then stock up on last supplies and meet our convoy. As we waited in the car park we drew on our cars with removable pens, we were amateurs but if you have cool decorations you win somethin. Ours was just for fun, and was handy to pick ...
... for dinner at the local restaurant, bluEmber, who gave Flynn a cake for his birthday (even though his birthday isn't until Tuesday, the resort treat every day he is here, as his birthday!), which topped off an excellent meal. The kids had a buffet style dinner of American cuisine, it had a slection of meat (fried chicken), vegetables (fries and steamed broccoli, cauliflower and carrot), pasta (mac and cheese), dessert (cut up ...
... was a bit of a struggle with private land everywhere so it wasn't the easiest to find an area close to pull over. Eventually as it got so late, we set up shop in a turning circle on the main road going through the forest, it was pretty quiet apart from the odd truck speeding by making poor Wolter rock like an earthquake had just hit. At least it does feel like that when you are knocked awake by a rumbling van.