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... Gen.Eisenhower came to live in Indian Wells and there is a memorial to him, also, we did notice as we passed Indio, two days ago, a memorial to Gen. Patton, so maybe he came out this way as well. Back in the hotel and it's very quiet in a our room, but then I see that O&J have the I-pads out under the covers so that they don't disturb there mother, very wise. Come, 9am O,J and I go for another good swim, it's really good pool here and not at all ...
... get to relax and hang out with people that I wouldn't otherwise have ever met and great to get to see a part of Molly's past.
As we got out and drove during our time in San Diego, we realized that the strong fuel odor was still happening. It seemed to be only when the truck was running but we weren't moving, which resulted in a pretty funny (in retrospect) routine every time we came to a stop (which turns out to be a lot in San Diego). Molly and I ...
... got a new hip operation, and she was practically dancing through the house when I came to visit. She's getting around better than I am these days (but I blame Mark and his boot-camp workout for that). It was great talking with her, and we went out for lunch (my breakfast) at her favorite Mexican burrito house. I had a great carne asada wet burrito that would hold me til dinner for sure. For those counting at home, that was ...
... finished the driest year (2013) on record and is into its third year of drought.
Owens Lake operations on right -- Salt? something to google -- looks like salt for sure.
We are in the Eastern Sierra.
Lone Pine -- cute, lots of hotels, film museum and entrance for Mt. Whitney Recreation Area.
Independence -- very small and two hotels or motels-- ...
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