Budget Inn Fairfield
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... like there wasn't enough time, we didn't see or do as much as we wanted, mainly we just wanted more. Our family wanted to kidnap Sarah and take her with us for the remainder of the trip, Sarah wanted to steal us back to oregon. It was very hard saying goodbye. The girls spent the next hour in the car repeating how much they already missed aunt Sarah and I offered no consolation as I did as well. As we drove into San Francisco and had a wonderful time on the pier, ...
Dear family, dear friends, dear strangers So, as you guessed by the title I am no longer in Berkeley/Oakland but in Pleasant Hills! Really nice and scenic area, lots of hills (hence the name) which make for pretty good photo motives. The reason for coming out here is the hospitality of a not-ready-for-retirement-yet lady named Carolyn - she's very grandma like and highly energetic! We enjoy each others company. She ...
... of standing in line for an hour with all those kids. :o)
The factory has standards which means that any jelly bean NOT meeting those standards, gets rejected. Fortunately, they don't throw those 'rejects' away--instead they offer them for sale to people like me. Since I'm into rescuing things like orphan dogs etc., then obviously I'm not going to let some reject jelly beans go un-loved. However, Bonna thought 10 pounds was a bit ...
... we drove by the area where they’re looking at houses for sale. Even we had sticker shock…the lowest price is in the $450,000 range and they’re selling for 60,000-80,000 over the asking price. These are circa 1950-60 homes. Amazing!!!
We said goodbye and drove back to Napa in the late afternoon. Traffic was light and we made it pretty quickly. When we left our campground we saw a group setting up something in ...
... Patrick helped me figure out the Magellan gps that I would need for my ride to Fresno as we rode along. We went to Santa Maria in Orinda and talked over some memories. We found the house and discussed the neighbors of Sleepy Hallow. We visited his old apartment on Donald Drive and his old house on Larch Ave in Moraga, and we went to the Catholic cemetery in Oakland to his family plot to see Tina ...