Sleepy Hollow Cabins and Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the weekend. That was where and how I got to meet him.
I met Jenny Broussard when I was in 2nd grade. Jenny's Mom was my 2nd grade teacher and her brother was a classmate. After getting to know the Broussard family my mom was asked to work at the Nursery/Day Care. Now the Broussard family is like family to us too.
My folks introduced Jenny to Mike and Mike as I said introduced Dave to my family. Dave was Mike's Best-man at his wedding ...
... especially since Terry had already told me best to go on weekend but did I listen....NO. So on we went to Topango which is in the Santa Monica Mountains.
We went up but then we started going down in the valley. Terry asked if there was another road so checking my handy Google map app I saw there was a different road at the town of Topanga so we took a detour. What a difference, this one went up in tight twists and by the time we got to the end it was one way until it ...
... individuals had discarded their water bottles by throwing them to the side of the track. We made it out and dropped the dog at home and went for groceries. I bought some beers and we returned and drank a few with Damian. Game time. We arrive at the field and the game had already started. Matthews team was already down 4 runs to 0. But the team made it up, and before you know it, the game was pretty engrossing. The other team would get up again, and Mathews team ...
... to hang my shirts on clothes hangers in the garage. I thought the dog might grab them if I hung them outside. Damian got home at around 1800 and with a bag full of the biggest oysters I've seen. The shells smelt bad, but they were awesome. They had been brought up from Mexico the day before. The kids hovered but wouldn't dare touch as Damian and myself stuffed ourselves. Damian offered 2 hrs of PS3 time to eat one. ...
... And of course, what mountain celebration is complete without a campfire? Just a small one, which we kept a close eye on since the mountainsides were covered with dry grass. After a while, once the stars and distant lights of Victorville were shining brightly, and everyone was feeling pretty good, the guitars broke out. Scotty led, accompanied by me, doing my best to pick some leads, and Nick, playing a fantastic wooden flute. A little ...