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... Terri has taken today off so we went to some outlet stores to look around. It's so hard not to buy all the good deals I see, but I have restrained myself ..
Had Carls Jr for lunch, real nice it has our favorite mexican food and hamburgers. In the afternoon went to Cosco's department store, which sells everything from food to trees...and all in bulk.
... combination of creative endeavours for our "City of Gardens". The de Young exhibit toured us through many galleries with several floral interpretations in each one and it was fascinating to see how the designers echoed or referenced the paintings in some way and the materials they used. Dianne is known for her beautiful flower arrangements and she has so much to work with from her own garden so we were inspired to create a couple of ...
Each night she would visit her seance room - only she was allowed in here, there was one key which she kept on her person all the time, but there were 3 one way exits - and discuss the next days building with the spirits. In the morning she would summon the Foreman and give him a hand drawn picture of the next project. Sometimes he would be required to demolished whatever had just been built and re build.
Her staff were ...
For some strange reason Samuel was up at 6.30am and then John-Henry not long after.
Last night I'd spent ages sussing out how we were going to get to the different parts of San Francisco using the different forms of the Muni Transit system including the cable car which we hadn't been on yet.
First off we caught a bus not far from our apartment - shame we hadn't discovered that a bit sooner. Got down to Fishermans Wharf area and found ...
... I think I only gently moved the steering wheel twice in the following 130 miles. I nearly died of boredom. There was the occasional vast expanse of grape vine and the tiny town of Pixley may be the wood pallet capital of America. There was nothing else to see. We stopped for a drink at a ubiquitous 'Subway', in a deserted, parking lot n the middle of nothingness and felt like we had fetched up in a Stephen King novel. It was spooky. I also had the idea that, as we headed ...
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