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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 ...
... met with signs saying the facility was closed due to the government shutdown but we found alternative parking and joined all the other people on the beach. No sign was stopping people enjoying the gorgeous weather. The kids had great fun playing at the waters edge and building sandcastle a while we looked through catalogues trying to work through ideas and thoughts of what type of kitchen and bathrooms we would like ...
... the future.
Nato, You are the little general of the family. You make decisions based on what you know and
how best they will affect the family.
Like your mother, you never let life take away your spirit to survive despite
circumstances you had no control over. Most of all, thank you for listening to
your dad and giving Dima life.
Jujuna, You were a Godsend to my daughter. You took her in when she first came ...
Two days, twelve wineries, and some great memories with Tyler, Kristin, and Gwynne. Tyler and Kristin met us in Napa and we were excited to explore the area together and enjoy some really good wine and food. After Napa, we had a day with Gwynne in Berkeley / San Francisco to look forward to. B's first trip and he was able to ride the historic trolley (and the BART), check out Ghiradelli square, views of the Golden Gate Bridge, an authentic sea food ...
... 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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