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Travel Blogs from Bandon
... I think I’m not ready to totally pull
the plug on Austin (too many friends who would still be in Austin) – but I’m
really interested in spending a summer here, at least. The people
seem friendly, they talk to strangers, and seem to be delighted that you
appreciate their city.
So Ashland has met the high bar I set for it. Join us?
... br> Lynn also talked of the world's impression of the US and its people. That is not easy to change. The power of TV means that you cannot control what people see. The same is true in reverse. You guys all think that we go to tea with the Queen ( well or course I am in a couple of weeks, but that is another story).
England isn't all pretty and the US isn't all American Idol. Anyone of any intelligence knows what they see on TV is largely to ...
... way up to the driftwood next to the parking lot- the beach is awash. Wind driven white caps extend from the ocean to more than a mile up river. The ocean is the most angry that we have seen it in the two weeks that we have been here, and anger is its middle name.
We follow R.J. back to the maintenance yard where all three vehicles were unpacked and the contents stacked in a storage room. Tomorrow Jil and I have the honor to inventory every last ...
... my most harrowing experience was being on duty when the "Rodney King" L.A. riots began, driving from fire to fire in the streets of Los Angeles with no police protection and that one of my crew members was shot by a drive-by gang banger.
I guess that was more than enough of my fire department experience for her. She became very quiet and she skedaddled down out of the tower lickety-split. I found out later that when she came down ...
... we stopped off at a viewpoint along the coast so Graeme could show us how the coastline had changed since we were in the middle of California...it was completely different; the wide sandy beaches packed full of sunbathers had been replaced by rugged rocky beaches lined with trees and no people. There was mist hanging around and it was really beautiful...we stood for a while just looking, and then one of the girls spotted. 'whale' in the water. We all got ...