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... was clad in filthy clothes. He stank of beer, dribbled when he spoke, and squinted at us through one swollen eye: half of his face was entirely swollen, the kind of swelling that only a beating can create. He asked almost everyone at the park if they wanted to buy his bike. Seb and I politely
declined his offer, while most people just ignored him. The lead singer of the group, who had just finished his performance, told him he would love to buy it but ...
... The staff there were very friendly and took us through their range of pinot gris, reisling, gerwurtztraminer and pinot noir .Some nicely made wines. We bought a couple of bottles of the gerwurtz...The staff were very friendly and helpful. We then followed that up by visiting Bradley's, another local winery. This was in a pretty setting and a lovely old tasting room. Our hostess there was excellent, spending much time in chatting while taking us through her range. Pinot noirs are the ...
... finish our meal it was so much. I had the best Kung Pau (mild)
We will get up early in the morning and head for Sacramento - 7 hours. If all goes well we will spend two nights there and get some sightseeing done and some photos
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Nancy and John
... It is really a pretty downtown.
One reason we went into town is to find St. Mary's Catholic Church. Their bulletin stated that they were celebrating the Eucharistic adoration today. Adoration is when, in the Roman Catholic Church and others, the Blessed Sacrament is exposed to the faithful. Adoration is a sign of devotion to and worship of Jesus Christ. For some reason we were unable to find the Blessed Sacrament which ...
... clique garb, but he had that gaze, that I've seen too often, of someone who's eaten mushrooms or acid one too many times. Stretched their psyche a little too thin and far in a socially-incompatible direction. A stone that never goes away. Unsurprisingly, he was walking past the glass hash pipe purveyors, a rather smelly looking bunch, I must say. Part hippy, part homeless, all human. Despite their assumed personas and the accompanying ...
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