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... The estate included the castle and three smaller buildings. Two with Spanish design one Italian. We visited one of each. There is also in indoor and outdoor pool, tennis courts and a zoo. He invited celebrities and others to join him for holidays here and it was a honour to be asked and everyone had there own bedroom and maid. In the evenings they would have dinner in the castle in the dining room. We didn't get to see it in the tour. After the tour ...
I have already ridden 100 miles for the New Year. The weather has been almost perfect for the first week of the year, although we did have one day of overcast yesterday.
I started the year on the 2nd with a 14 mile ride. The morning of the 3rd I rode 5 miles of wind sprints. I took the weekend off to spend time with family and watch some football. Monday ...
Today was a 'routine boring' type day. Most exciting thing happening was watching the clothes go around in the washing machine. B got caught up on washing since we have 'full facilities' with sewer dump here in the Elks RV campground. Also spent the day getting caught up on this blog so we can go ahead and 'publish' it and send out notices for those who want to follow.
Later in the afternoon we decided to make a COSTCO run and ...
... view mirror, was amazing. Gary just kept saying, "I can't believe we're in CA." It was mile after mile of mountains and vales and rolling hills all cloaked in ten different shades of green and forests of trees with swaying spanish moss and cows lightly scattered and grazing these hills. I kept saying, "I want the milk that comes from those happy cows."
We hugged the coast as much as possible, but didn't really hit a beach town until Pismo.
... in St. Louis, Mo.
As a young man he was educated by and traveled with a German Prince, eventually leaving the prince's company to become a mountain man. Drawn by the discovery of gold he came to Auburn. Not much is written of his life between 1849- 1860. In 1861 he is found as a desk clerk at the Orleans Hotel. He left Auburn for Montana but didn't make it. He succumbed to pneumonia in the state of Oregon at the age of 61.
Another famous person was ...