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Well my month in sd is up! It's been an interesting month. Alcohol and drugs tried to defeat me but I've managed to survive, only just. I'm a little bit sad to be leaving as I've met some wicked people here but you know what drinking excessively every night and sleeping in till noon every day isn't really me, good for short time. Shawns gonna be here soon and then we are out of here like a rocket ship! I've dreamt for this trip for years and for it to finally come to ...
... campers and their dogs (we were pretty sure these dogs hated us) Tonight Melissa and Joe invited us to come hang out while they were entertaining Melissa's sister and brother in-law (Gynnette & George)
We chatted for a while and even Zooey and Zena the dogs seemed to warm up to us (or maybe they were just warming themselves by the fire). About ...
Every one seems to be fit enough following the first day of games but pleased for a day off. Picnic day was at the Wavehouse at Mission beach San Diego. What a great venue which was shut off for us for about 4 hours. Full bar, lunch snacks, beautiful day right on the beach and the best entertainment being a wave machine which you could have ...
... Disneyland. Another turn at the soft play before our final show of the day Blue Horizons. Very entertaining and we loved seeing the Dolphins leaping around, the pilot whales are really good too. Also a bird part which is ok.
Back in the RV, a ridiculous number of songs sang by Emma whilst we sit in traffic on the way back to our car park! Night three and our final night of Boon-docking here.
The boys are evicted for an adventure to the hopefully open shopping centre ...
... and just relaxed the rest of the day.
On Monday we went into town and toured the San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum. The museum is actually the USS Midway, an aircraft carrier that was part of the US navy from the end of World War II until is was decommissioned in 1992. We were able to tour most of the ship, seeing the flight deck, the bridge, the crew quarters, the hangar deck, mess, sick bays, and the brig. The ship is absolutely huge, when it was built it was the largest ...