Days Inn Camarillo
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... It wasn't fancy, but the food was good.
Getting back to the house I showed Maggie (David's Daughter) how to make a dump cake. For 6 years old she followed directions very well. Gel was surprised how easy it was. Maggie insisted she stay awake until the cake was done so she could have a small piece with ice cream before she had to go to bed.
I though both Maggie and Gel licked the bowls clean.
around 11pm we all called it a night and went off to ...
Well, here I am on a business trip, in limbo, hoping all is well on the home front. I won a Starbucks gift card at the training which I will bring home to Megan....she LOVES Starbucks! Can't wait to return home to the fam and continue with vacation planning. Received some not so good news today from hubby. My 12 year old Suburban, which I LOVE, had been making noises (before I went out of ...
Q: How do you handle change?
A: I generally handle change well. At first I tend to kind of turn away from change and want it to go away but in the end I accept it. I feel like that when something changes suddenly I have a hard time accepting ...
The boy learns that the camel driver believes that all past and present are written. when a camel driver announced thats there was a tribal war going on the boy could feel the fear in the air... he could feel and un derstand the Universal Language. He then learned about the Soul of the World: when you are on your personal quest ...
... a few hours via Interstate 80.
The land east of the Sierras is in the rain shadow of the Sierras. Therefore it is much drier than the west. It also is much higher in elevation so it doesn't take long to get from semi arid scrub brush to pine trees and fairly high elevations. The difference in elevation from Reno, NV to Donner Summit- 2600'. By contrast the western slope is more gradual transitioning from tall mountains to foothilsl to a nearly sea level ...