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... and take the spanking, 3 in total which got increasingly harder with each spank and it sure did sting like hell. To add to my humiliation the spanking was videoed and posted on their website, so just for our bloggers amusement i have posted our own take on my shock treatment. I also give the details to check their video as proof. (HeartAttackGrill.com / www.tout.com/u/SpankingNurse, or I have posted it on my Facebook page today, being the only way I can save/share their ...
... pasta. Temperatures were much changed from yesterday and while they started out in the 80s at noon having reached Cajon Summit it was a full 30 degrees cooler than yesterday at noon. By the time. I got to San Bernardino it was 93F but again at 8000 feet in the mountains it was a cool 68F, the coldest I'd seen since Chicago. Tomorrow will be the last day on Route 66 as I take the remaining 76 miles to Santa Monica a mere 2500 miles from ...
... hot desert. The only thing you could see was the road you were driving on, disappearing in a 'vanishing point' many miles away and mountain ranges varying between some ten to twenty miles away all around. We crossed the Mojave River at Oro Grande: This is a grand name indeed, but it is just one massive concrete factory that you can see for miles away. It does have a nice steel truss bridge over the river though, although that is not enough to make this a nice ...
... you'll enter the State Water Project's room where a three-dimensional model depicts the different elevations that water must be moved to reach various statewide destinations and shows you all the Project's various facilities including its lakes and reservoirs and the power and pumping plants. Another display illustrates the "big" tools that were used to construct the nation's largest state-built water and power development system. Then picture yourself at the bottom of ...
My Thanksgiving was really nice this year. It was the first in a while where my grandparents were unable to make the drive down from Washington state to San Diego but I got to see my grandfather before Thanksgiving. In fact we got to give him a tour of the school and go out to a local restaurant. All which he approved of. I'm grateful that I got to spend the holiday with my family (last year I was celebrating Thanksgiving with a Chilean twist.)