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The Campbell teachers are a group of teachers that Pete taught with in the 1960s and 70s. They have all managed to keep in touch, and have held annual gatherings for the last 20 years. This is the third or fourth year that it has been held in Glen Ellen, CA at the Jack London Lodge. It has become a comfortable, familiar place for all. The venue has changed each year, and we have seen and done some interesting things. This year we had a private tour ...
... help but notice how cute and how excited they were to be there. They were having honest to goodness fun visiting this corporate showcase.
The tour itself took about 40 minutes and the tour guide did a decent job of showing us the different parts of the plant, explaining how jelly beans are made, handing out samples and guiding us through the bowels of the Jelly Bean Capital of the world. After the tour we were all given free samples and directed toward the ...
... the dockyards where Jeff was working.
After a quick catch up and nose around the boat he is working on (a big catamaran) we followed him back to the pad he is staying at. Boy has he hit the jackpot! Owned by a lovely friendly lady called Maria, she rents out the downstairs of her ridiculously beautiful, modern and huge home at the end of a tiny quiet road called 'Grand View'. From the balcony there is the most amazing view straight over the bay towards ...
... Below was somewhat excerpted from the El Cerrito post. I get a little out of sync sometimes when Billy lumps a bunch of towns and stops together.
So, I dropped Billy & Chris off at West Blithedale Park and they hiked the Old Railroad Trail by Mount Tamalpais, (Mount Tam to the locals). They "blindly hiked the hills down through some very nice homes,ending up in the village of ...
... Walked down to Fisherman's Wharf. Set off for whale watching but no whales but Risk's dolphins about 200, wonderful. Plenty of birds. Out for about 4 hours. Grey and foggy, rain but not rough!! Bought some Clam Chowder and ate in car. Drove to Aquarium. Largest in the world. So beautiful. Return to Sea View having picked up tea. Rested. Cocktail, wine and cheese! Walked to Basil Restaurant. Super ...
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