Sleepy Hollow Cabins and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the ones who make this program life changing.
Towards the end of the day, the founder of ISV (Randy Sykes) gave us a history and a "how to" survival guide for this job. I could have not understood a word he said, and his passion alone would make me want to go to the moon and back for him. His view on the world and how we are supposed to serve it is beyond revolutionary. He knows what is needed, the passion that is ...
... He checks the tire and I can tell he knows it is punctured. He removes the tire, breaks it down and informs us that he NEVER plugs a hole in a tire. Never has, never will. Just a lazy person does that.
I watch as memories regarding the process and techniques of patching a tire are revealed. This used to be the only way to properly do the repair.. No quick wham, bam, plug job here.
We chat about everything from California ...
... These officers seem blind to the fact that almost every other driver they are passing (and they simply can look in the windows that are inches away from their handlebars) are texting, talking while holding the phone, or looking down and typing on a iPad as they drive. God forbid the CHP actually pulls someone over! This results is everyone slowing down even more to see if they know who has been pulled over so they can Text, Tweet, and Instagram ...
... t fill the swimming pool.
Thursday 5/8-decided to head east to visit San Bernandino National Forest and Lake Arrowhead. We decided to take the scenic Route 66 after stopping by CVS for some pills as I aggregated my knee and Terry stopped at Walmart to stock up on beer.
We headed east and the towns along Route 66 are really nice especially the town of Rancho Cucamungo which has a lot of building happening. In fact we saw another WigWam motel like the one in ...
... at just how many people were sunning on the beach. It was cold and windy. But there they were. We made our way back and stopped at the grocery store for ingredients for a planned Mexican BBQ. We returned the the Huxtable household, crack come beers and relax. I break out the travel books and plan my next few days. Yuma, Arizona tomorrow. We eat and relax in front if the TV while the kids prepare for bed as it's school time tomorrow. I get to bed around 10pm. I too have a big day ...