Vagabond Inn Executive Fresno
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... went to work and tried to set up the laptop this afternoon. Got most of it done. Fortunately, Lil has a Geek Squad contract, so they will finish what I couldn't get done today! Oh yeah, Lil wondered how you could take a picture of yourself, so I showed how to take a selfie!!!! So, dinner tonight at Sakura Chaya with Lily, Minnie, Rick, Doris, Mary and Ray, friends of Minnie and Lil's. Great meal! Thanks, Minnie, Tomorrow, breakfast with Lily and Minnie, and then head to ...
... truly massive. We cooked up the best chicken fajitas either of us had ever
had in the parking lot. We used fresh avocado and oranges we had got in cali.
We then were rested up enough to do a short hike through the grove. We only had
time to make it to the giant grizzly sequoia and the California sequoia which
had had a hole cut out of it so people could drive a car through it in the
early 1900s. amazingly it had already
grew back over the hole quite a bit ...
... she was kind and polite and we told her we were on our way back to the car, and she smiled and let us go on our way.
After lunch in the village in King's Canyon, we found our way to the General Grant tree, which is even more secluded from the roadway. And we walked up to see it. It is the third largest tree in the world at 40 feet in diameter at the base and 107 feet in circumference, and that square foot area is a lot larger than our first house.
... ended and we hung out at the theater for a bit and left. Bertha was trailing behind us still and I was feeling so uncomfortable. I could hear her giggle to herself and sing about Fifi and this went on until Pakou and I got inside the house. By this time, it was dark and she created a bonfire outside. Looks like I won't be getting any sleep ...
This is my last night in Cairo, Egypt. This journey, has been truly an adventure of a lifetime for me.
I have packed and repacked, only to find, if I'm going to take all my treasures, I need to eliminate some more items. I had to make some choices, what items can I live without! After doing this my suitcase was much lighter and easier to zip up. My treasures are coming home with me, as well as all ...