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... A friendly, efficient Indian fellow checked us in and pointed the way to 318. The room was standard bill o'fare but reeked of an unfortunate citrus-based deoderiser similar to the type used liberally and to minimal effect on commodes and the preparation wards of morgues. We abandoned our bags to it and fled back to the RV to rejoin the 405 and get to Carson before the shop closed. We had an hour. If we missed the deadline it meant returning the RV at 9am the day we flew ...
We retired and had a fitful night’s rest and then had breakfast with Wendy and Cheyenne. Wendy made cheese and ham scones (yum) and omelets for us while we yacked about the café idea some more. As we prepared to leave we decided to go look at the property in Comfort where the café might be opened and decided that we should move to Texas right away to help with the venture.
It was a fun day Texas hanging out with great, new, old friends.
... Whitley, Earl Thomas Conley, Cross Canadian Ragweed, and other songs I actually know the words to. Kalifornia has it's definite advantages, but has its eyes closed to the rest of the country. The conversations that are off limits in Kali are in the open here, everywhere. If you feel isolated in your concern about the welfare of this great land, if you feel surrounded by people devoid of patriotism; take a drive through the ...
Here we go again! For the last 5 years or so, Richard and I have taken turns choosing a destination for our summer location. This year was his choice and he wanted to go to Ireland. In researching this trip I decided to widen our itinerary to Great Britain (we'll visit England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland) and Ireland. The first half of the trip we'll sightsee via train and the second half we're boarding the Ruby Princess to take us to Scotland and ...
... chilly. We watched a documentary about the history, looked around, then went into the San Fernando Cathedral, a very beautiful church, and bought a candle which we lit for Jean (friend in Mara) and Vicki (auntie to Paul). It was a beautiful church. I was feeling a cold coming on and we didn't like the freezing windy weather, so we caught a bus home. The bus had a yellow seat at the front with Rosa Parks name inscribed onto it. It became very cold , about -4C, so we had to ...
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