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... sweets and chocolate of that era. What a great place and well worth a stop. Outside in the garden they have also built a `diner saur` park (notice the play on words here not a spelling mistake!!) which is fun.
We then take a short detour up the road to the ghost town of Calico which is now a touristy place with a charge to go in so we turn round and continue our journey towards San Diego. There are a number of these ghost towns which were ...
... swing, and we did not keep score. I’m sure I probably had double the par 27 (and maybe a little more than that), but by the end I was enjoying myself and actually had a few really good shots. I headed back to the trailer after 9 holes but Bill stayed and played 3 more rounds (it had been a long time since I had played but I managed a +20 over for 27 holes and so I was pretty happy as well).
The drive from Yuma to San Diego was ...
... host club was short of a few players so Jareb and Ethan jumped at the chance to play in an American team.
Game 5 - Xavier High School - 57-5
We had targeted this as a key game for us as Xavier was a regular rival with Jesuit for the best rugby school in the USA.
The boys pre-game preparation was outstanding and the coaches felt they were set to step up another level.
They were and they did. The crowd were treated to ...
... about 10:00am. Just about that time RV Pro Service showed up to have a look at our balky slide-out. He spent a few minutes and decided he needed to contact Newmar to discuss the problem and asked if he could come back next Monday after talking with them. That freed us up for the rest of the day so we took advantage by going over to Mission Bay Golf Course which is right across the street from our location. We spent half an hour on the range warming up until our time was called. ...
... extended breakfast, beautiful scenery, surprise hill, welcome bike path and navigational issues close to final destination. That only left the quirky motel with dodgy wi-fi to complete the picture. When we finally made it to Good Nite Inn, it didn't let us down. As we were staying here for a couple of nights we had to strike a fine balance between price and airport proximity. Consequently, for the last 100m of our ride we not only had the pleasure ...