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... he did a great job. All the wedding party looked great, with the dashing couple radiant.
Loads of photos, then into the reception area
Paul and I gave the first toast, whixh seemed to go down well. Anecdotal stories about our lad.
Then dancing outside. First time I'd danced with Ben so It was special. Jamie and her Dad managed a good number too.
Finally got to bed just after midnight, exhausted. ...
... just over 80 miles to San Diego.The traffic was interesting, the road was bumpy, and we even saw CHiPs, well in cars and not on motorcycles. There were helicopters buzzing around, and wide views of the Pacific Ocean.
We arrived at the Gas Lamp Plaza suites, the staff were very friendly and the room looked great. Unpacked a little and went for a wander around the district. Very nice area, as we ...
... when there were shows on and tried to plan accordingly. they also have some areas set up where they bring out an animal and do a talk about it. You can get up close and learn some neat stuff. We watched a talk on the Civet Cat, a Military Macaw and another animal that I can't think of the name for the life of me! Then it was off past the water birds - egrets, pelicans, flamingos to check out the gorillas. They had a nice set up ...
... the kids up from school and Adam showed me his classroom while Carolyn and Kevin explained to his teacher that See Dick Run was not keeping Adam engaged . . . He is an excellent reader. Carolyn was a school teacher and is a great mom so this kids have gotten a lot of encouragement and read quite well.
It was either Thursday or Friday night where the parents went to parent teacher conferences ...
... we lifted off high above Del Mar with the Pacific and the sunset in the background! It was great! Megan has always wanted to do this so check one item off the bucket list! We flew over some incredible homes and even got to see Bill Gates two San Diego homes (all on one property in a private canyon). Our pilot, Pete, told us why champagne and ballooning go together (it is part of balloon and French history if you were curious). Another great day in San ...
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