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... without franchising, partners or investors. There are 51 restaurants in four states including 38 Portillo’s Hot Dogs, nine Barnelli’s Pasta Bowls, three Honey-Jam Cafes, one Luigi’s House and Julian’s Piano Bar, a catering and shipping division and two shopping plazas. Combined the concepts have over 4,600 employees.
AND Dinner was good too! We got home around 9pm....
... and the barriers came down. But that only stops traffic and we could easily walk round - as Harry did when the four leading engines had passed. But this time, because it was a nice smooth concrete base of a level crossing, Harry laid down in the middle of the two tracks as the train - a very fast train as it happened - thundered past, shaking the road either side of the crossing and creating a strong turbulent wind. It's quite a feeling to be that close such a ...
... open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located on Interstate Highway 5 between the cities of Castaic and Gorman. There is a Vista del Lago off-ramp,
north and south. For more information, call (661) 294-0219.
This was a great 1/2 hour stop that lasted over an hour. Both Dave and I really enjoyed the visit.
Off to Mike and Jenny's Place.
22062 Tanager Street
Grand Terrace, CA 92313
We arrived at their house at 3pm and relaxed for a while ...
... looks like. We got to learn about their culture and religion by being able to participate in a sweat lodge session. I was surprised with their hospitality and openness to share with us something so important to them.
After that we went to sleep to get up early the next day to help with the wildlife projects. I was in the group that helped set up irrigation lines to newly planted natural trees for the area. The reservation is going through a renovation of ...
... sundry. Today's ride was more or less all along wide urban roads and through 100 traffic lights. The other drivers were remarkably courteous particularly since we acted like cyclists do and more or less ignored most of the traffic rules. The weather was cool (like an English Summer) and for some of the time there was a tailwind. There was one faller, bruised and cracked helmet but otherwise unhurt. One GPS fell off and was run over by a ...