Coast Guard House Historic Inn
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... denial about their
drought and no water restrictions at all. We get to have a campfire everywhere
which you certainly can’t do at home.
Back to the
coast and the clouds. Al is a bit over paying $8 to drive down to the beach for
a look. Time to head for Oregon!
Hope you are all well
... the others.
John and Cindy and Amigo, Nonny, and Youngi (the three dogs) arrived not long after we had set up out tent. All decided to drive into Mendocino and check things out. This was Cindy's first experience with the cold since she has lived in Brazil most of her life.
We decided to eat at the Mendocino Cafe and all had the Thai hot pot, with ...
We made a short side trip to see the Point Arena Light House. It was cold, the wind was blowing and the light house, well, it was a light house. We did appreciate the surrounding sea scape. California is really a beautiful place, once you get out of southern California, say past the Bay Area. North of the Bay Area everything is very rural and forested--just ...
... we wandered around the square, we spotted a girl selling poems on demand. "Any subject, any price". We bought some lunch and ate it on the grass. The lunch came from the local supermarket that only sold local produce in eco-friendly packaging. I bought some seared tuna and a random selection of grilled vegetables and Alison had chicken with asparagus. Both were totally delicious. We ate them with my super duper titanium spork. Thanks old group!
... foundation of loss. They came together on the bed-rock of pain. This came to me as I went back in time to see what brought these two together. The fundamental need to raise children was shared by both. Elements such as the lack of family unit examples and family pressures led to their destruction as a family. Both were heavy drinkers supported by a non-drinking man. My maternal grandfather, Pop Dansby was there ...