Sleepy Hollow Cabins and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of properly inflating the tires once they have been rotated. Come on guys! It's on the door jam sticker – 60 in the front, 80 in the back. So we have to do a “call back” to get that fixed.
I had found a screw head in one of the tires when inspecting it after it lost some air pressure. But it turns out that the dealer is incapable of patching a tire – Really!!! But the service guy (John) recommends a “one ...
... wasteland where it was baking oven hot. As we surveyed the vast emptiness surrounding us, I came to understand that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management marks and manages the largest network of Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) trails anywhere here. There are over 1,500 miles of OHV trails in the area! Just look around at the vast expanse of desert and brown hills and nothing, and I mean, nothing else – except OHV trails.
But enough about ...
... at 1500 feet and when we reached Lake Arrowhead we were over 5000 and at one point we had reached 6000 feet. There are small towns located around in the area and even schools up there as who wants to travel those roads every day. The mountains were green with tall pines and what a view when we got to Lake Arrowhead. This is a winter and summer resort where there is skiing in the winter and boating in the summer. Not much activity since it was just warming up, in fact, no one had ...
... We also learned that same night that our other good trail friend Stryder Wild had called it quits on his PCT experience after 200 miles and was already back home by the time we read his Facebook post informing us of the change. It was quite a shock to lose Cannonball and Stryder on the same day. They are strong 22 and 21 year old kids who all of us out here loved and expected killer performances from. It was a sharp reminder of what Legend had told me not long ...
... lots of trails here, and lots of people out to enjoy them. We diverted off the main trail and, over a railing, headed in our own direction. This trail went up through a valley, following a stream. Despite the shrubbery and small trees on the tops of these mountains, the valley was lush. The trail narrowed and crossed the stream several times. The dog was off the leash and loving running with the kids. Damian Jr and Matthew ran off ahead. Loving the twists and turns of ...