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Miles 120 Total Driving Miles 7,688
Parked on a beautiful five acre estate to visit Gil and Pat. Gil is a friend from pilot training.
Cosmo thinks we have finally arrived at the place we have been looking for - great people, lots of room to roam, green grass, nice weather, food and water!
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... I know when I leave, I will be taking with me the weight of missing so many wonderful individuals who have changed me, my life, the way I think, the things I see, and the trajectory for who I'm going to be as an adult. But I do not think that I can say the same.
I have to to ask myself: Is there a real possibility that in the continuous and often distracting flow of life moving on, will I be left behind? Am I leaving to be forgotten?
Just some thoughts.
... car. Anne texted us that they were having a picnic lunch nearby. I was able to map directions to her exact location. Technology was a fine friend this afternoon.
When we hooked up with Anne, Grant, Cynthia, Solie, and Aiya, we learned that Anne and Grant had had a difficult time of it. Grant's leg's being long, he took them off the rudder controls, and then could not get them back on in the middle of the water. With ...
... Much of the original structure remains and has been restored to once again be the largest California mission church and the only one with three aisles. It was named for John the Baptist. Musical arts were taught here and the mission owned many instruments, which the Indians readily took to. Father Tapis developed a colored musical notation system and taught ...
... expect in California--sunny and delightful; around 85-90. Ah! Warmth! So even though the pool was tiny, no matter! We all swam and enjoyed the tiny pool. Diving for pennies! Fun times! Then for dinner, the hotel recommended Johnny Garlic’s a Guy Fieri restaurant. I know who he is but we don’t really watch any of his shows--no matter! I knew food would be delicious. It WAS, and Ken even tried something called “Chicken Volcano” with a sauce! Cray-cray! ...