Carlton Oaks Country Club San Diego
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... first leg of flight..... San Diego to Chicago. Cannot believe tomorrow I will be starting my adventure. I regret Susie will not be with me to share. I also regret so many family and friends are worried about my safety. I also regret leaving family, friends and my pets for so long. But I Know I would really regret Not going. ..... So, tomorrow it begins! ...
... and I have to decide what goes and what stays. I know what ever I decide to leave out is what I will need, and what I take is what I won't need. Maybe I should just switch the two. Since I won't have electricity in the animal camps, I am taking lots of gadgets to make sure that I can keep all of my electronics up and running. I am taking a GPS, so my dad and my mom will know exactly where I am at all ...
... It was cool to see many of the original facilities too, like the mess, laundry, chapel, and ready rooms, where pilots like the ones in Top Gun got their briefings before taking off.
Along the waterfront, we encountered many street performers, including what we originally thought was a statue, but turned out to be a multi-talented man in white. Next to him were two tip jars, one to tip for a performance and the other to tip ...
... g 13,500 meals every day. After our tour we went over to the other side of the pier and had a late lunch at the fish market. By the time we left San Diego it was 4 pm and so decided to travel to Warner Springs in the direction we wanted to take to get us to the Joshua tree national park the following day. We passed through a little town of Romano which was getting pretty close to the edge of the desert. From there we made it ...
... some fantastic views of the city. We spent a few hours driving and walking around as the cloudy skies rolled in to finish up the day. Again we were surrounded by some great surf spots and Oli dreamed of being able to surf even partially well enough to take advantage of them.
Heading into the city the next day we walked around the main streets, especially the Gaslamp district infamous in San Diego. It's quite ...