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... bringing you a menu that looks like an F-32-19P4 billing requisition form. The food was great, but the company was the best part. My dear Aunt Dena drove in from Sunnyvale and convinced us that yes, we did need peach bread pudding for dessert. She will be my touring partner tomorrow in the California State Capitol Building while Mara archives-it-up.
Religious Billboard Sighting Update: Mara-15, Will-12
Miles Driven: 2,991
... since their visit to Washougal in July last year.
Earlynn made a fabulous dinner of spaghetti with salad and bread. We enjoyed some fine wine, 1 bottle from California and a bottle of Bethany Vineyards Barbara. After dinner we sat on the patio and enjoyed a beautiful evening. When the cool weather set in, we spent some time in their hot tub and finished the wine. Unfortunately, in all the excitement of visiting, I ...
... repairs completed. Thanks Scott for all your help and use of the garage.
We moved on to Sacramento May 9th so Rusty can visit 2 of his sisters. Unfortunately we got some horrible news about Kathy and bad/good news about Wendy. Kathy’s breast cancer has invaded her bones throughout her body. She is one strong woman!!!!!! Wendy had a heart attack that has her doctors claiming her a miracle because very few have survived such a heart attack. She ...
... July 26, 1880
Rated Capacity - 1,958 (it now houses 2500 to 5,500!! (They now have a second building, but the second building houses the "crazies" and there are 800 of them in the Psychiatric Ward. Ugh
Size, total acres - 1,000
Number of cells - 1700
The decision to build another prison to relieve the serious overcrowding at San Quentin was decided in 1858 - but construction didn't begin until 1878. ...
... photos we can frame and hang at home
A two week vacation with our friends Pam and Bill
What we didn't enjoy:
The camera lens dying on us right before we got to Grand Teton, then again at the end of the trip.
Motor home parks that were gravel and dirt only.
Traffic noise at night - many parks are off a major highway, near a train track or an airport