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Exciting news came today by USPS... My long-stay visa application was approved!!!
I spent some time writing to my cousins and my aunt to update them on my travel plans for August. Everything is really starting to come together and it is very ...
... time to watch the end of the golf tournament. Although we got up in the low 90's during the day at night these people LOVE fires. They bring boxes of wood which is surprising since we were use to NO fires in Arizona and LA. I don't mind fires but I would rather it be colder plus sometimes the smoke gets bad.
We have another week here and will be going back to the park another time or two plus hitting the Gold Rush trail.
Terry has now driven 4256 miles in the ...
... then started to get really worried that the boys were on their own. Talk about doing exactly what we said we wouldn't do! Walked around for ages, ****! Finally found them and luckily everyone was together. Lesley had texted Samuel and managed to hook up with the boys and then found Si. I think Lesley was pretty disgusted that we'd so casually lost each other, especially loosing sight of the ...
... a neat cafe that was in a converted house. It was the first cafe that we'd found that was remotely similar to a NZ type cafe.
Hit the road again to Fresno. Got to Clovis about 2pm, checked into our hotel which was really nice. There're lots of Halloween things set up in the hotel foyer including a bowl of candy which seems to be continuously refilled much to the ...
... Looking at these trees, thousands of years old and huge, does remind you of your insignificance on this earth. Our visits of a few days must be like the fly that buzzes by. After seeing all of this, in respect i will read some writings of John Muir, the champion of this preservation and this area in particular. Twice we crossed paths with a 4' 5" artist lady. She was a plein air oil painter and her and her husband were exploring the area. She showed us her sketches ...