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... br> So all of these women have gone out of their way to show me Los Angeles...pretty darn great for me.
Last week I had a big, big milestone birthday and my darling Tom surprised me with a cruise to Mexico. It was fabulous, more so because it was such a surprise. I almost forgot about my crushing age.
Of course living near Beth, Doug, Nathan and Jason is great. We babysit, socialize and enjoy each
#27 Platypus 3 Liter Bladder - $25 Ebay new: This item is not pictured but fits great in the back of my Gregory without taking up unwanted space. Three liters may be overkill but I don't have to fill it all the way up.
#28 Nike Day Drawstring pack - $15 Ebay new: The name brand is not important on these bags because they are basically all the same. For the price and measly 4 ounces it takes up is worth having. I am not one to use the fanny pack ...
... of Texas Longhorns having a shop in the terminal and one guy wearing a cowboy hat and carrying what looked like a gun case, the real Texas continued to surprise me throughout my 5 days there. I saw more oil rigs off the coast of California and already I've seen many more guns, cowboy hats and cactus' in Mexico. Austin and it's Northern counterpart Dallas are both modern cities, and I was soon to find that the image I had of Texas was of the far West, where Oil ...
... home on the 2nd. Hope they didn't have much trouble with the snow storm...I bet they will be booking a cruise before too long!
Our trip from Laughlin was something else. Fascinating scenery with desert and mountains...50* and snow still on the ground. I thought traffic would not be bad till we got really close to L.A. but as soon as we crossed over the CA line, it got worse each mile! I drove a couple ...
... year for a permit to drive over the inland roads. If you go once, that's pretty pricey! Mostly the tour busses are the only ones that use the old stage coach road (that's right up the small windy road to 1,300' with drop offs on one side that could give you a thrill as you slide down all the way to the sea! They have planted Eucalyptus trees to help keep you on the road? Never heard of fences? Guess not! If you would like to hike up and ...