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... Fox and it woke up to
give us some nice pictures. In a lot of the rest of the park, the
animals are hidden behind mesh and wire so while you can see them,
it's not very clear and the photos don't turn out well at all. We
preferred it to San Diego Zoo though.
Stayed at Santa Fe RV Park near La
Jolla. It has a big pool and the girls jumped straight in while we
set up. Josh caught up with friends ...
... julianpie.com/pies.aspx We bought two, one with pastry crust and one with crumble crust topping then we lost the kids for an hour in the sweet shop spending the $5 we gave them - decisions, decisions. On the way out of town we stopped at a brewery and bought some expensive hard cider, you have to ask for hard cider here as plain cider is just apple juice, it's quite high up here and so a bit cooler but very pretty with ...
... In-n-Out Burger! They are the holy grail of fast food burgers and I have one whenever I come out west. I also bought a t shirt! Lunch was a burger, but it was a good one.
After lunch in Ventura, we head down the 101. The recent heavy rains caused landslides that have blocked about ten miles of the coast road. We wind up coming back to the coast road via Malibu Canyon and drop right into downtown Malibu. ...
... I couldn't magnify myself in social settings, my marriage, or for myself until I could be brutally honest with where my wrong thinking and choices had lead me.
Fortunately for me I was never a very good liar. Not even for a second...I would always burst into laughter because my emotions would always surface and overwhelm my face. It was impossible for me to lie. My struggle to move on passed my depression bothered him the ...
... and I went inside a few of them. Some of them had horse carriages inside them, which were used before cars were made to come to Old Town. The next stop was Balboa Park. Balboa Park is huge, but I only went through about half of it. It has over 10,000 acres, which includes the world famous San Diego Zoo. I walked through an arched entrance that made me feel like I was walking into a palace rather than a park. The park was full ...