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... product available from Jake's Fireworks.
The firing system we used was a Cobra Wireless Firing System which gave me the opportunity to be far enough away from the fireworks to do a first . . . take pictures of my own fireworks while still being in control of the pace of the fireworks tapping Rich Bader on the shoulder for each next "step" . . ...
... 24 - Santa Barbara
March 25 - Ensenada, Mexico
March 26 - SEA Day
March 27 - Los Angeles
March 28 - Santa Barbara
March 29 - SEA Day
March 30 - Ensenada, Mexico
March 31 - Los Angeles
April 1 - SEA Day
April 2 - Ensenada, Mexico
April 3 - Los Angeles
April 4 - Full free day in Los Angeles!
April 5 - Los Angeles
April 6 - SEA Day
April 7 - San Francisco
April 8 - SEA ...
... the campfire. Although it was a bit cool, the fire kept us plenty warm. The company added more warmth, to the point that a good was had by all.
The same trio went out to fish at about 7:00AM, whereas I stayed at camp and did a couple of chores and rode Dolores about eleven miles on a nice safe side road, just outside of the park. I did see one nice red-toned whitetail deer and heard a few birds, but primarily, I ...
... beach combing and to top it all off the boys ended up in the Pacific, both fully clothed! The photos only do it part justice. We then stripped them down, hosed them off with the outdoor shower on the RV and made our way to Ft. Stevens State Park. What a great park! Full of kids on bikes, paved roads and clean campsites not crammed in like sardines, we pulled in and finished the day with BBQ smokies and s'mores by the fire! It doesn't get any ...
... one lane while cars and trucks (and campers) squeezed by in one and a half lane and a shoulder. Talk about inches of clearance. Jim did a great job holding us in just the right space. After the bridge, we climbed a great hill to the other side of the river basin. These are still the Cascade Mountains so the reminder of the trip was a series of ups and downs some steeper than others, but the highest point on the road through the "mountains" was 500 ...