Knights Inn Highland Casino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is there any difference? By this point, you have settled into the general tempo of the trail and much like your 30s (if you decide to be a grown up, have kids, get a career) you start to buckle down, save some money (to get to canada), you stop partying in EVERY trail town, you still want to have some fun,but sometimes it gets weird (Deep Creek Hot Springs).
400- 500 is 40-50 yrs old: Much like a ...
... man that everyone is calling Half Slow. He is a cheery, social, optimistic, likable person. Apparently he has a support crew that intermittently brings him good food like pancakes when ever the trail crosses a major road. Must be nice. I am so happy tonight I get to cowboy camp again next to a flowing creek, listening to the frogs and crickets as I doze off. The sound of flowing water is so ...
Another sunny day in California. The family is up and Amber is busy watching pony movies. As Damian prepares the cameras for the day out by saving the photos from their memory cards, I'm stuck watching one of the worst movies I've ever seen. One about a girl getting bumped on the head by a "lucky" horseshoe and then she could hear her horse talk. The fact her horse could talk had absolutely no bearing on the plot of the movie at all. It was more about the mother selling the ranch to ...
I was awoken to a request to go hiking. The family was already up and keen to get outside. Of course I want to go for a hike. I had planned to do that anyway today. So we head to the mountains. Initially they aren't sure where to go, and we end up in the middle of a housing district. I suggest the location and the road that I had ventured to a few days before. It was actually the location they were looking for. So, with the dog in tow, he head towards the mountains. ...
... been robbed twice since we got here! While we were out for dinner in Temecula the other night, our bikes were stripped of their wheels and Roy's seat, which he forgot to take off after his bike ride earlier in the day. Oh brother what a pain. We filed a report with the police, just in case we need to deal with the insurance company. THEN, a couple nights later, the buggers came back and stole our handlebars, and anything else they could get off. Our bike frames look pathetic! ...