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... tickets left.....there aren't but we're told we can join a queue for cancellations. I join the line and Jon goes to fetch us some drinks, there's about 5 couples In front of me. Soon they've all got tickets and there's just one lad I front of me who says he's never seen anyone live and always wanted to see Elton John.....the next tickets available are for the cheaper seats and he passes them to me as he wants to be nearer the front!!! Yay we ...
... at some of their vacation books. Comparing sites we all have seen.
Mike and Jenny invited us to come down for the wedding and stay with them in January. We decided we would try to come down the week between Christmas and New Years so we could be here a little early to help with the wedding on (1/10/13), especially any last minute updates on the dress.
Good night and tomorrow is another ...
... and it's a big undertaking. We were done by the early afternoon and then had a festival where the members of the Quechua trip showed us traditional dances and parts of their culture. To me I felt like I should have done more work to deserve such hospitality and generosity. It turns out there were two Redlands alum who lived on the reservation so it was awesome to connect with them.
Then we headed back to Redladns the following morning after the elders ...
Initial plans for the road trip were to begin on the new year and although we did not depart for our journey on the western tradition, it just happened to fall on the start of the Chinese New Year. The year of the rabbit is said to be an amicable time. Road trips are perfect means to enjoy a more easy going lifestyle.
Our starting miles clocked in at 53,220.7 miles. We expect to go about 17,000 miles or so but we'll see where we end up ...
by Dave Guilmette
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The Bohemian Journal
My brother, Steve, is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, and his wife, Chis, is a costumer extrodinaire.
Occaisionally, Steve is a co-producer for films and theatre, and that is why I was at the The Whitehorse Movie Ranch.
Steve was making an old west cowboy movie.with the Burk ...