The Inn at Fawnskin
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... Anyway, we did get to Williams and stayed at the Comfort. Had a quick beer in one bar, then ate. Julie wasn't impressed with her lobster and steak but I enjoyed my steak. On the way back to the hotel we stopped in at another bar - and decided to stay because they had a good jukebox and a dance floor. So we danced, sometimes alone, sometimes together, and sometimes with a strange woman who got her picture taken with us been though we were both v sweaty and looking like ...
... which are empty. There is a lot of weed in the water and there are a lot of ducks chirping. They sound happy.
There’s a fishing boat out in the middle of the lake, sat still. The sun shimmers off the weed in the water and yellow-leaved trees are reflected in the water on the other side of the lake. This is tranquillity.
It appears I am here out of season. There’s nothing going on ...
Up at 7:00am a bit of coffee and by the time we were all dressed we headed out the door to the
Miramar Air Station Air Show. It was about 1hr and 20 min. drive. Jeanette and her sons met us at the air show. Mike and Dave really enjoyed the planes on display. I just took pictures. The blue
Angles finished the afternoon show and that was really impressive. Marine Corps Air Station ...
... and pumping plants. Another display illustrates the "big" tools that were used to construct the nation's largest state-built water and power development system. Then picture yourself at the bottom of the 444-mile long California Aqueduct.
The next room contains a timeline of California's history of water events plus you can take "flight" over the entire length of the State Water Project via video.
The subject of water is not complete without understanding ...
... of this class is to provide early intervention so that they can be mainstreamed later on in school. So far I love it!!!!
So things with my classes are going well. My residents seem to be getting involved on campus and it has been fun to see them pursue their interests since they have had a semester to get used to college. Oh yeah, I almost forgot. In February I am going to be preforming in the Spanish presentation of the Vagina Monologues. ...