Days Inn San Bernardino/Redlands
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... with a cooler full of beer. As we expected "old faithful" erupted once more at 5:30. So Jeff got up and rescued the drying clothes from the new river's path. There was no going back to bed at this point so we packed it all up again. The manager comped our site and security guard Paul was very helpful. If the a/c doesn't come back to life we will be filing a claim. Anyway, keeping our spirits up and "goin' to California" whether we're awake or not. Ciao for now -Jill and all her ...
... for a couple more hours of sleep.
We made it to San Bernardino by mid-morning and London got a great big welcome from Grandpops and Great Grandad. A relaxing day was had by all as Aunt Krissy and Uncle Ross stopped by later for a great supper cooked by Kathy! This would be home for the next 3 nights.
Monday morning and Mac had an appointment at the insurance assessment centre following our brush with the tornado in Amarillo. The storm ...
... stay awake until 9pm, having been up for the equivalent of 22 hours by this point!
The next day we woke naturally at around 5am, but managed to sleep until 10, vaguely attempting to combat the jetlag but still feeling woozy. I experienced my first oatmeal for brekkie (nothing like porridge despite my best microwaving efforts) and Dan is happy as cereal is basically the same here. We went to visit Dan's cousins at their house in Norco (horse ...
... of order and they have put things across the door. Elwood attempts to use brute force to move a bin about 5 times the size of him, when that fails; Noah leaps into action bearing Fireman Sam figures. Crisis averted. We play happily in the air conditioning in Burger King for longer than could be considered normal.
We then went to a supermarket and bought the usual stuff, before coming home to wigwam central.
The plan ...
... me invested in my own mind, understanding the value of time as its given to me, as rare as it is. Its easy to romanticize the past or idealize the future. But the true lesson lies in living in the present and the challenge persists in maintaining the presence of mind without the sparkling Mediterranean or the mighty Parthenon or the serene Normandy beachside. The challenge is remaining aware when normalcy of life sets back in. And while I ...