Wolf Creek Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and they were in cages; irony. We made it to the Arrastre camp at 256 but weren't thrilled with the setting. Call me old fashioned but I always prefer to camp near live water given the opportunity so we pushed another 2 miles to the 258.5 Arrastre creek crossing where we were just able to squeeze our tent into a little cleared space right along the creek. Earlier that day around 247 we ran into some very serious trail magic. Big bear hostel has lugged a couch and a steel ...
... Sailors for combat. MCAS Miramar is located in the center of a constellation of Marine and Navy installations and ranges in the Southwestern United States. This ideal location allows for unimpeded access to the training needed to succeed in combat. The Marine Corps prides itself in being ready when that nation needs them, Their ability to train, and the lethality of the Marine Air Ground Task ...
... get my work done before a wonderful weekend ahead. Mainly my uncle Bob is getting married to Barbara Lindquist this weekend!! They are being innovative by doing a service on the Pier in San Clemente. It's going to be beautiful and a highlight for our family. We all are ready to celebrate!!
I wanted to let you all know that preforming in the Vagina Monologues (In Spanish) was a wonderful experience for ...
... pulled over at one of the little turn outs & journeyed across the dry creek bed. It was great fun, we picked up trash, took pictures of trash & generally stomped our way around for a while.
Then, we went back to the picnic area to enjoying some one on one time with the water. Hopefully, not fall in but at least get our feet a little wet. I will say a small word about the bathroom facilities, don't. We walked down to the water & ...
... a lot of the same things as yesterday whereas i was hoping to learn how to stop properly by tuning sharply up slope rather than by wedge. The instructor only took us up on lift 6 once to do 'Easy Street' (a low intermediate run) after which he said it was too busy and he wanted us to stick to chair 7 - frustrating! I didn't feel like i learned a lot in the class however it did give me a bit of confidence back.
Our lesson ...