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We started our day by going out to Dave and Crystals house. She took a personal day to spend with us and show us the sights. He took time from his busy work schedule to meet us for breakfast at the Samoa Cook House. Tons of delicious food and they just keep bringing you more! Dave had to get to a meeting so Crys took us all over town. She even took …
... 1930s, certainly in the middle of the 1940s, so really it was 1941 that they were building this dam, which of course was right when America entered the Second World War. This dam was created for a couple of different reasons... I should point out, by the way, it should be more famous than the Hoover Dam because it's much bigger than the Hoover Dam. It's in fact the second biggest dam in the ...
Our last stop for the day on-campus was to the three large greenhouses. At first, after a long ceremony, I was hesitant about visiting this, but so glad we did. Literally hundreds of varieties of plants from all over the world are on display, and this, like the mammal and bird displays ...
... with his thumb out and a small smile on his face. I wasn't sure what to do, was I going to have to wait for him to get picked up before thumbing it myself? I decided to walk over and say what's up. The guy was in his mid 20s and named willygoat and He said it would be no problem for us to hitch together. It's 3 people that's an issue. We hung out, but no rides came. It could have been because there were 2 of us, but I truly think it was because of ...
... road map. Eureka was just a point on a map that happened to be at the top of California and also at the end of the Avenue of the Giants, which leads off the very end of California Highway 1, the Pacific Coast Highway. When we've spoken to people about our trip they generally think that we've planned it to the nth degree, when in truth nothing could be further from the truth. We've pretty much gone from place to place, often booking hotel rooms the night before, or sometimes even ...