El Rey Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... spit, probably. These people endured some serious hardships like drought, fires, occasional foods, predators from Wall Street or somewhere. But if you really look at it, there were very resourceful and sophisticated in their building techniques and pure survival. No thanks - give me the Hilton.
But you have to drive around here to experience the expanse and beauty of it.
... our bikes to high ground. Chris is soaked to the bone and my teeth are chattering uncontrollably as I try to get free of soaking underclothes and get into the sleeping bag!
"Those who forget history, are doomed to repeat it."
Yes, we knew it could happen, but when we moved our camp to the darker side of the church the grass looked so marginalized that we 'assumed' that it surely never gets watered. Probably true every night, but Thursday.
This was ...
... night. I packed it with my tent, 45 degree sleeping bag, and food. The weather has been very warm lately so I did not expect it to get too cold at night. So a group of 6 of us made the drive down Fish Creek Canyon. By the end of the winding drive a few of us were a bit green around the gills. We started our trek in the early morning and within a few hours, my friend and I were starting to feel the pains of our decision. ...
... this interesting article from Tennessee about copper thievery. Remember when there was a rash of copper wire being swiped from electrical contractors and any one else that used wire?
Well, 25 states responded by enacting legislation aimed at stopping that:
"I was told by a local scrap yard operator, when Tennessee's new metals theft legislation became law and they were required to obtain ID and mail checks to verified addresses... It ...
... JetBlue, travels. With many destinations offered, I have still not figured out just where I want to go...and when. I have seen much of the United States already, so I naturally I will be spending many of my travels abroad. Costa Rica, Columbia, Jamaica, Canada, St. Lucia and perhaps Cuba will be on my list.
I have a lot of preparation to do over the next few weeks. I don't even know where to ...