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... it got dramatically steep right at the end. Again, if I don’t have
killer legs by the end of this trip…
Washington Park was nice, very well kept and tranquil as. I
felt I couldn’t talk above a whisper. There were only a few people around in
the first part, sleeping on the luscious grass beneath towering pines. We sat
and caught our breath for a bit, and then discovered a playground! Whoopee!
They had good old ...
... out the the bar I had set in my head. We asked for the VooDoo dozen since we haven't been I figured it best they do the picking....there was a lot of variety, from a maple batlr with real bacon on top to cotton cany with sprinkles. After that, and considering yesterdays events we thought it best to let Harlan nap, so ee came back to the hotel and he went to sleep (after much convincing)....and then proceeded to sleep for 2+ hrs. When he FINALLY woke up we ...
... fixed Sunfish, asparagus and macaroni for dinner. I am learning my way around her house and how to care for the 3 cats. I now found that they are leaving 2 days later than I had known so will enjoy time spent with them!
May 26th Monday-Memorial Day- An overcast and cool day. We stayed at the house most of the day- I later went out by myself to find the Safeway store and buy milk and juice. It is only a couple of ...
... But they did have the most adorable little baby elephant. He was frolicking about pestering the adults with the biggest grin on his face. He would run around and grab the tail of one of the adults with his trunk and then run away with an enormous smile. We finished up by heading through the Fragile Forests exhibit, seeing the orangutans, chimpanzees, mandrills, and howler monkeys. As we were leaving the zoo, it started to sprinkle a bit, but never really ...
... me at hello.
Hatha Yoga at The Movement Center. The ivy on the gates and most surfaces of the early 20th-century school building waved about, beckoning me towards the hand-carved oaken doors. Just kidding, this isn't going to be that gushy. But, the class was spectacular. The hip-opening and breathing exercises released the minor tensions that come with sleeping in a mini-van.
After yoga, I returned to park ...