Ten Inverness Way
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... a bit like Dahlias. Luther specialised in creating new varieties of plants. We then walked along the creek although there is not much water there. Drought conditions are in place and none of the fountains or water features are working. We walked through one of the historic districts downtown and came upon this statue of Charlie Brown and Snoopy. Charles Schultz was ...
... from the small, quiet campgrounds we have stayed at prior. But the location is excellent for our plans.
Setting up here was an issue as the site is very uneven. Took some doing but Nick got the jacks down and we don't feel too wobbly. But......he forgot to turn the water off and the toilet overflowed, into the bedroom and kitchen! Good thing it was fresh water. I needed to do a little house cleaning anyway.
Yesterday was another early day as we got on the ...
On my way to SFO aboard China airlines departing at 1:40 AM. After a 2 hr stop in Taipei I continue my travel journey to Ho Chi Minh City. A 6 hour layover in HCM, just enough time to do a short walking tour, grab a bite and then catch a flight to Dalat to meet up with Jonathan and Nicki. It's been a long day, 36 hours of travel ...
... looked very close to our age), his aunt, and his older brother.
It was only after we reached the end of the paved trail and started back that I realized I had been pushing Katie uphill the whole time. Pushing her wheelchair downhill was actually more difficult, as it required a tighter grip and a constant pulling motion to keep the chair under control.
When we got back Anne and Grant shopped at the gift shop and ended up getting a great Muir ...
... along the way and for photo opps.
Our route took us along the waterfront through Fort Mason and on to the shore path where there was a pier out to sea. We stopped here for a few minutes and strolled out to see people fishing for crabs and to spot the seals. San Fransisco has a resident seal colony that has been here for at least 50 years. Various attempts have been made to drive them away but to ...