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... to get to our campsite so we could set up the tent - we are all in our tent together and the girls are thrilled to camp again. What was really nice is that we had no need to start a fire for the marshmallows we promised the kids - across from our site was the campground bonfire - bonus! We had marshmallows and snuggled I for the night. Tomorrow we visit Sarah's old stomping ground and explore more of California! ~ Bethany Miles - ...
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... up and took some video from the balcony. We wrapped things up and headed out. What a great place to stay. We went north again, about 12 miles to almost the same place we got married, but we continued on the dirt road to Fern Canyon...it was 6 miles of rough dirt road. This trail i last visited with Homer about 15 years ago. Along the shoreline there is a 30' wide canyon with steep walls covered with ferns...its ...
... about my presence. Watching them was great and I took lots of snaps. It was a great moment.
After a short trip back south I am staying in a little place called Acarta at a Motel 6. It obviously doesn't come close to the serenity of my little cabin but I'm taking advantage of the last bit of privacy I'll have for a while and legging out on the bed in my PJs while I write this. It's hostel city from here on in as far as San Fran goes. I do kind of feel like I'm in Supernatural though.
Today was all about Katie Emerson. Katie finished her finals on Thursday and walked across the stage during graduation ceremonies at the Humboldt State University Football Stadium today (Saturday).
Getting ready went fairly smooth, considering there are three extra bodies in the house. We didn't have to leave until about 11:30 am so bathroom time was easier than an earlier curtain call.
Parking was a challenge and ...