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... We ended up not actually driving through the tree because Don thought it was too tight a fit and he didn't want to take a chance and scratch the rental car.
Then we headed north along The Avenue of Giants. It was a spectacular drive curving a bit through a thick forest of huge Redwoods. Just looking up from the base of a Redwood is amazing. We all really enjoyed ...
... was celebrating Viviana's 5th birthday. Her party theme was "Fairies & Wizards" in a dance studio venue that was decorated in Fairy Land in every sense of the word. Boys and girls had the chance to be in various fairy and wizard costumes along with wands, swords, etc. Every boy and girl had so much fun.
In between all this Rich & I caught very bad colds. I am pretty sure I have bronchitis which is better but I have ...
... was playing. A few weeks earlier we went with Bjorn to see them play in Reno so we knew we were in store for a Head Fest. I enjoyed the tunes and tolerated The Scene while Kaitlyn dozed off in a corner booth. We left downtown Arcata well after bar time with plans to leave in the morning, not exactly the night Kaitlyn and I had envisioned.
The following morning we packed up all of our stuff, went and got the Scamp from it’s forest hideaway and ...
Had our now customary free brekkie at the motel and then took a drive into Santa Cruz to have a look at the place and hopefully see a better side of it! But it was just as ****** downtown - everything a bit grotty - and when parked by the waterfront it got a lot worse! Dozens of layabouts sleeping rough, many empty buildings and generally a slummy area. We walked past a long stretch of fun parks and food stalls, past a strip of freshly raked sand that had volley ball ...
... Rich empires, with their forts far-flung,
Lie buried now---their splendor gone;
But these proud monarchs still live on.
So shall they live, when ends our day,
When our crude citadels decay;
For brief the years allotted man,
But infinite perennials' span.
This is their temple, vaulted high,
And here we pause with reverent eye,
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