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... thru Artesia then Compton stations. It was a normal day. We changed trains at Willowbrook and went upstairs for the green line towards LAX. An old black man asked me for change. "Gave my last two quarters to a young lady at Del Amo," I said He grinned his five yellow teeth at me. "I know," he said, unzipping his shoulder bag to reveal a scrawny tabby kitten, maybe a week old. "She got fleas. I need money's for the treatment." "Good-luck," I said. "Thank you kindly," ...
... life in Texas, life back home in Fort Lauderdale, common friends from church, and Wendy and Keith considering opening a café in an antique town called Comfort, the conversations were fun and never-ending, especially on the topic of coffee and cafés. Since our time living on Vashon Island and Paula running Dog Day Café years before children, it’s always been a fond memory and an entrepreneurial dream of ours (or nightmare, because restaurants are so demanding ...
... worth more than our house. Cool though, we can watch their tv from our window (it flips outside, and in aspect is still larger than the one in our trailer). It's pretty bright and clear. We put sunscreen on the kids just in case. Other than Johnny pooping in the pool, all is well. Barret, Jenn and "The Crew" P.S. We have a kick ass video, but it won't upload properly. If anyone knows how to upload to the iPad from your camera let us ...
visited and had lunch lunch with some very good friends. It ws great seeing Tonia and
Bill and having lunch. Found out lots of information on the small town of Castroville. We also planned the trip to Dallas, got things organized again ready for the road on Tuesday. Steve and I both took long walk in the park. what a greatg little town it is. thanks Tonia and bill it was great to visit.
An interesting day, so to speak. We left Seminole Canyon about ten o'clock, and headed for Del Rio, Texas. It's about forty miles away. The skies were gray and the wind was having it's way with Shorty. It didn't bother me too much, as I'm getting used to driving with my hands clenched on the wheel and a pucker factor of about eight or nine. ;0)
We stopped in Del Rio and shopped for groceries at ...
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