Singing Pines Lodge
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... and refused to get out until that was given. So he could have been out in four years but he stayed for another. He refers to them as his "college years" where he learned to play the guitar and a whole bunch of things. Only five of their children made it to their twenties one dying when a well handle hit him in the head but it took him a year to die. The NPS bought out most of the other ranchers in the area in the ...
... us after the New Years. The other half have lots of other family members to celebrate with. We will miss them all right but we felt a need for a change.
The 160 miles we traveled went by uneventfully. Traffic was light on those long ribbons of concrete known as freeways. Planning a drive through this area has become a real art form. Time it wrong and one could sit in slow moving traffic for ...
... tiny specks of homes in the distance blending into the landscape. I feel eerily isolated and we are both very pleased to have fuel in the tank. Noah thinks he's in a Queens of the Stone Age video, so he's happy.
I end up sitting in the back with Woody who develops a bit of a case of cabin fever. I then move back to the front when I catch his cabin fever, and leave him to watch the first 10 minutes of Toy Story 3 over and over again.
... He failed to send me reservation
confirmation after asking over the phone on 3 occasions. I decided to go up earlier, but could
not process the reservation for the additional days over the internet. He said he would take care of it and
took my credit card info. He said
he would call back in 1 hour to give confirmation. He
never did. I called back 5 hours
later. He said he got busy and he wasn't sure if I wanted it anymore. ...
... first came into being back in 1917. By 1918 the Airfield contained 12 hangers, six barracks equipped for 150 men each, mess halls, a machine shop, post exchange, hospital, supply depot, an aero repair building, bachelor officer's quarters and a residence for the commanding officer.
Training contiued at March Field until 1921 when budget cuts forced the closer of the base. The base would reopen in 1926 ...
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