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Waking up at the crack of dawn, it was time to say farewell to Hollywood for the last time (or so I thought) and head off to downtown L.A. to rendezvous with my TrekAmerica crew at hotel Kawada to begin my week long road trip to San Francisco. I made a timely exit to check out at 6:35 and navigate my way downtown. It was refreshing to walk down Hollywood Boulevard when with the absence of scammers and tourists; only ...
... to where the commorants were nesting. They were peliagic commorants as
evidenced by the crest on their head. They seemed to be precariously
perched on the side of the bluffs but amazingly seemed quite content.
back to picnic area and Jerry and Nadxli had joined us with a fruit
salad. Enjoyed that with toast, coffee and salad and then did the walk
all over again and there were flowers we had managed to miss the first
... over 3,500 acres of land that was a former Army Air Corps landing strip. Then he added another 13,000 acres. He teamed up with the Walt Disney developer C. V. Wood to creat a planned community and tourtist destination. In 1968, he purchased the London Bridge that was built in 1831 but was sinking into the Thames River. So he paid over $2,000,000 and then it took another $4,500,000 to take down and rebuild it here. A canal was ...
... desert dust in her fur. We actually got to see a hummingbird nesting in the tree. Koal saw her first (she's aware of the hummingbird wing sounds) and when we looked up and there she was. The nest just looked like a pinecone, very easy to miss. How cool. Would be neat to see the babies and can only imagine how tiny they would be. Monarch butterflies in the air ...
We stopped by at Safeway and picked up a few items and then on to the local hardware store.
When we got back, Pete had just prepared Coq au Vin for our dinner. It's from a recipe similar to one from his Belgian grandmother. "It's my French" she would say to him when he was a child. A fond memory and a great recipe. We had a later dinner, so we ate in our coach. Salad and good cheer accompanied ...