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... reserve the right to speak to less intelligent folk (which is everyone) like dogs. I sat back and relaxed, knowing that our fate was in capable hands. We returned to LA and found a replacement window and after another hour and a half of waiting at the station we once again set out for Santa Barbara.
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... with her two wonderful girls and hubby Chuck.. the last time I got to see Karen was 9 years ago... so again a visit is well overdue:).
Jim has plans to go see the USS Midway which is berthed just down the street from our hotel and he is stoked to go. So we grab some breakfast and go our separate ways .. with plans to meet up later and sample some of Gas lamps fine establishments.
OK, back on the road and back up the ...
... Garrett's first time in an IMAX and they were in awe of the huge screen. Garrett was especially going 'Wow' as we walked in.
The movie we watched was not the most entertaining one but it was good to spend family time together watching it.
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