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... on the title. The GBU's second and 880's third all becoming too familiar. Great fun day with "beat the Shelias" on one par three, two young Adelaide twins out of Alabama golfing team, a roving kangaroo and furry Australian animals everyhwere. After golf we sat down to a great Aussie BBQ complete with Men at Work in the background. The allure of this all probably got to us all as we were the last to leave and head back home, ...
... two were standard run of the mill hotels. The Wydndam was definitely upscale from The Balmoral. The San Bada was a five story hotel that fell somewhere in the middle of the previous two. The Savegre and Nature Reserve and Spa, and the Rafiki Safari Lodge were the most unique. Both were certainly located off the beaten path deep into the forest. In order to reach them you had to travel ten or more miles over stone and dirt roads high ...
We woke up to Deb and her son coming home from camping. We all puttered around for a bit, Jack showed off his minesweeper, Legos, and bow and arrow. Deb took us on a short tour of Orient including a nice cove nearby and a slave's burying ground from the 1830's. The slaves only had rocks to mark their bodies while the owners had tombstones. They specially requested to be buried with their slaves, probably so they could watch over them for all eternity. Deb's house was built ...
... Dottie does not even know it is there. The second big decision that we made was to cut down on the driving. So for now on, our trip will be one way. This year we are leaving Dottie in sunny San Diego and flying home. Next year, we will start our trip from San Diego and make our way east. We also have a new traveling companion. Ember is our 8 month old standard poodle. This will be her first introduction ...
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Finally, tonight is the first big lab party that I will attend. It's at the boss' house and should be a lot of fun. I managed to find a bottle of Roaring Meg Pinot Noir to take. Hopefully it's as eventful as promised.
It looks like I didn't take many photos this week, so you can have an assortment of random pictures, including J. Watson's Jaguar, expensive Fish and Chips, a craft beer (which was average) and the progression of the blossoming tree.
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