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... took the opportunity to go into Palm Desert and do a little book shopping at Barnes and Noble. We then drove towards Palms Springs on Highway 111. We are amazed at how the towns on this highway have grown together. We pass another mall that is named The River. It is obvious that no shortage of water exists in this area. The River Mall is fronted by a pool of water that has to measure 200 feet long by 75 ...
After getting up and showering we walked over to Denny's Diner for breakfast. Back to Motel 6 and pack the car to get ready to move on down the road. Stopped for Gas along the way then forged on to the visitors center at Pyramid lake were we saw sweeping vista of theLake from its
wraparound balcony, Vista del Lago Visitors Center is DWR's largest information center.
We were greeted by a friendly tour guide who gave us an overview of the center.
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Ok so I think we are about half way through first semester and all I can say is "WHAT?!?!?!" In fact last night I registered for my spring semester classes. That was my last time to register for classes at the University of Redlands. Anyways, sometimes this whole senior thing hits me but I am so busy other times it doesn't even register.
As for October, it seems ...
... using our legs or public transportation until the end of the winter season. Thankfully, we were not dressed up but instead the attire for the wedding was ski/boarding wear. Thank goodness, no heels!
The ceremony was in a wooden lodge type setting, with a fireplace and staircases leading down to the entrance aisle. John wore the traditional black but along with the groomsmen, were head to toe in boarding wear. Becky was dressed in ...
... descriptions of the elephant. I believe that each part of life is beautiful and the ways that each culture views life, through their languages and cultural lenses, is something that is to be preserved and shared, even if it is contrary to others descriptions of life. For how can you completely understand what an elephant is, if you leave out the description of it's trunk?
So what part of the elephant do you wash?