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... We managed to "only" spend 8 hours there (another thing I've learned this past week - my threshold is up to 6 hours in a park [zoo, amusement, sea - doesn't matter what kind], after that I start getting cranky. No one likes a cranky me.)
Dinner was found at a nearby Ralph's kosher section. A great find (thanks to my information specialist skills :) ). BBQ and fried chicken, lentil soup and cole slaw. No perservative foods tonight. Yay!
... we were on a house boat. There was even a big palm tree right outside one of the windows.
One of the best parts of the park was the fishing. Not because they were biting, but because I had promised Dean some fishing on the trip, and we really hadn't found an opportunity to do it yet. So we spent several hours with our lines in the water. I had exactly zero bites, and Dean caught one small bluegill. Didn't matter - he loved the whole experience. So ...
... of awesomeness that shouldn't be missed...so we didn't.
After burritos I went to Poway to visit Paula, Kelly and the Del Mar Dobermans. They'd been asking me to bring rain with me when I came to SD...and I didn't fail them. I brought them their first rain in ages...though just a drizzle. When I arrived at Paula and Kelly's house, two massive Dobermans came charging at me in full gallop. If I hadn't already met ...
... that's one of those thoughts that seem to come from my knowledge but I can't pinpoint the basis of that knowledge.
North of Pearsonville -- right-hand side lava lies in the valley and very little crosses to the other side of us. Volcanic activity? When? From what? Our minds wander and formulate hypotheses. Now, a little ridge on the left and now a cinder cone ahead-- both confirm ...
Not much happening today as we are chasing paper. Sadie had her vet appointment this morning to obtain the coveted health certificate that, since we now have it, I'm sure they won't ask for it. Funny process, when you go online to see how you take a dog to Mexico you get five different answers. The right answer was to make a appointment in San Diego with a vet that knows what the current rules are. That seems to be the story of my life, as soon as ...