Sleepy Hollow Cabins and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... free! Joshua Tree NP is HUGE and is mainly desert type land with huge rock formations and Joshua Trees (see pictures if you’ve never seen them before…everyone of them was different…branches bending at all different angles!!).
Our first stop was at the Skull Rock Trail which was 1.7miles long – the start had a huge rock that looked like a skull or I thought kind of like a gorilla face. As we walked through the trail there were so many rocks ...
... this because I am just radiating joy. I am so happy to be preparing to do a job that serves such an amazing purpose. I am thrilled that I am in such great company, and that they are telling me that I will do well. It makes me want to work even harder.
The people are getting better and better every day. Donna (Treat yo self) is just as weird as I am and will talk about poop. Score. ...
... 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 ...
... they go to work or when they come home. This creates a rush hour that begins about 6am and runs until about 9pm with only a brief respite from about 10:30am to 1:30 pm where there are almost normal levels of traffic. Except Thursdays – they are worse!
3. Drivers who are ill prepared by the educational system, parents and motor vehicle training and testing authorities to understand the difference between a major Interstate Highway ...
... the further east we went the landscape was less green and it looked like the economy wasn't green either.
The mountains looked hazy like they were a picture backdrop stuck in this flat land north of San Bernandino. We were taking what is called the Rim of the World Highway (Route 18) which was completed in 1915 and at 101 miles was the longest mountain road at the time. We started to go up into the mountains and again those switchbacks that Terry loves. We ...