Motel 6 Hemet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... By the first week of Dec, several people started heading back home for Christmas: John/Shirley, Dave/Karen, Wayne/Lee, Wes/Sonja, Walter/Linda.
We hung up all the bird feeders and have numerous finches, sparrows and other beautifully colored birds visit every day. There are still lots of rabbits but are quite a bit smaller than last year. And, a new rodent has taken up residence on our site...a Norway Leming. ...
... that we had to buy headphones. After 200 laps, four yellow flags (no accidendts but two spun out on the grass and two got rubbed out along the wall), and four tire changes... only 36 cars finished. Average speed = 175mph, on the straight-away they got up to 205. The most amazing sight were the pit stops - as the the car skidded to a halt, six guys would jump the barrier, change four tires, wipe the windshield, clean the grill and re-fuel the car in 17 seconds. Interestingly, ...
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... t been able to meet up with Cheryl. We continued until 1/1.30pm and then we were getting peckish so we took a turn off the freeway and after a bit of weaving and winding we fell upon an In 'n' Out Burger place (somewhere that Jeff had raved about, but never tried). It was very basic ... only choices to be made were burger, double burger or cheeseburger....and with or without onions ... as easy as that. There was a bit of a wait, but we ...
... shops and summer camps for kids. Adding to the ambiance of privacy and serenity, there isn't a straight roadway anywhere because the streets are contoured to the terrain. Nice scenery.
Along the way, we found a secluded campground at www.silentvalleyclub.com.
Returning to Hemet, Hwy 243 drops rapidly into Banning Pass where the "lookout vistas" provide a panoramic view of the chaparral covered valley and windmills below.
That afternoon, we ...