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... our Camarillo home had to be staged and shown to prospective buyers. All the while we packed.
It would seem that packing would be relatively easy since we lived in a 900 square foot house and are moving to a home with 1800 square feet. Not so! We also had 2.5 storage sheds full of stuff that didn't fit into our diminutive abode. Needless to say, a lot of things we considered expendable were donated and/or sold. ...
... full swing with art for the Burning Man Festival covering the warehouse. There was much serious talk of Burning Man logistics and the Embrace project and some less serious activities like riding the rodeo cooler, which Randy and Jenn found quite difficult. The hour was getting late when we returned to the lake but the Harris clan endeavoured and made it to Gar Woods for Wet Woody Wednesdays to consume two rounds of their signature drink, ...
Lake Tahoe is famous for its many ski resorts, but a lot of people some time forgot how wonderful it is during the summer time. The lake is crystal clear and cool which is very refreshing in hot summer days. There are tones of things you can do in summer, hiking, mountain biking, water sports, or just hang out at the beach.
One of the beach we love it the Sand Harbor Park in ...
On Tuesday when I was riding up from Santa Barbara to Sacramento there were a couple of stoners sitting near me in the lounge car. They didn’t seem too bright at first, but when they started talking about legalization of marijuana, they were all over it - experts on all of the economic, political, law enforcement and social considerations. It was funny to listen to them. They were about my age. One thing I learned is that that the pot that ...
... the earthquake was a sign that Mt. Lassen was becoming more active. Ans. NO.) Mt. Lassen is 10,000+ feet and covered by snow like all the others are. We couldn’t get good photos.
Note: Crater Lake was formed by a volcano in which the magma flowed out through small fissures creating a cavity under the peak. Then the center sank into the void and the lake was formed.
The drive was lovely ...