Coronado Victorian House
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... Downton Abbey). She knows what she wants; she is no lady with her grunts & snorts & snores but her smiles melt all our hearts.
She hasn't had anything to fit her for 3 weeks but she is slowly chubbing up to meet her wardrobe needs & thanks to her pre- arrival pressies, first visitors that bought many, many hand-me downs, that girl is not short of outfits for the weeks & years to come!!!
Rich is learning the art of the ...
... museum, was glad to see us since it was a slow day. The Torrey pine is only growing in two places, both in California. There are trials and beaches in this area with beautiful overlooks. We did a 2/3 mile hike on the easy trail. The trees and other vegetation is really scruffy, but it only gets 9 inches of rain in a good year. It has not had a good year. The park is quite high up looking down on the beautiful blue waters.
By now it ...
... kids that dress up; they were just too adorable!!
We did have great timing and came up on all the leftover and damaged bags that they give out with registation. This was great because we really wanted something other than the bags we were originally given (The Vampire Diaries and The Following) and actually came up on ALL of the bags we wanted (Arrow, The Flash, Gotham, The Originals).
... The adults were able to catch up on things. Lunch was ordered poolside and was delicious.
Around 4:45, we had to start packing up. Mark had scheduled us for some family photos, so we had to get showered and dressed-up. We said our good-byes to our friend, and talked about getting together with her again tomorrow for more surf or poolside fun.
At 5:15, we left our room, all spiffed up and ready for our close-ups. We met the photographer who ...
... how he made his fortune. We were on the road to San Diego before 10am. We stopped a few times along the way for coffee and gas.. Found our hotel easy enough and we all needed to take a walk. We stayed in the old town area so it was really nice and there was heaps of Mexican restaurants around. We walked around looking at some shops and old buildings and lights. We had dinner outside in a small courtyard and had our first Mexican meal! ...
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