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Greetings all on our last evening in Sunny California. I must say the weather was much better today with a high of 87. We spent most of the day at a higher elevation, which made it seem even nicer.
We spent the morning and early afternoon visiting the museum at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. Mary had never been there and I had been there only once but as part of an Executive Management training/bonding exercise, so I really didn't get ...
... to nearby poor villages in Guatemala. Guatemala has an extremely high poverty level and children are starving to death daily.
ABOUT HOPE OF LIFE INTERNATIONAL'S MISSION
Hope of Life International has been working for more than 25 years in Guatemala to carry out its mission of watching over the well-being of the less fortunate and reaching "the least of these" before it is too ...
... up early and went to the farmers market. We got lots of fresh produce, pistachios and almonds.
By far the highlight for me was getting to visit my old friend Scott Heaton and to meet his wife Michelle. Scott and I have not seen each other in 10+ years. He and Michelle were kind enough to invite us to their beautiful home and have a BBQ. Its funny how some friends you can just pick right up from where you left off. Scott is one of those people. ...
... shop Elaine wants to see the sea lions too, and while we're watching them she notices something smaller swimming near them. It was a Sea Otter jinking through the waves then floating along on its back, as they do while feeding on shellfish. Good spot Elaine...!!! The next leg of our drive took us down the Big Sur, the Pacific Coastal Highway. This should take around three hours as it is a very twisty undulating drive that follows the natural contours of the coast, so it is much slower ...
Q: Do you believe in omens?
A: I think that most of the time omens can be explained either by science or just common sense but that a small amount of them are actually fate or the universe or some other higher power. What a lot of people think of as omens are things like "My cereal tasted good this morning so I'm going to have a good day!" The reason this is false is because they are two totally unrelated things. Their day might ...
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