Days Inn San Bernardino/Redlands
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Not too much I can say... We made it out alive. Last night was rough. Matt spend all day loading up the truck with some hired teenage help. (Thanks Shane!) And of course, there was a whole lot more to do this morning. We ran on five hours of sleep and popped Red Bulls at 6 am to get us moving. We were out of the house by 10 but had ...
... if only the winning lottery ticket was in our pockets!!!
If we had imagined this trip was ever going to be totall without pressures then we were always going to be wrong, but the stresses are of a different nature. We are not struggling with the work home life balance but we are definitely battling to spend as much time with friends and family as we would like. Tuesday was a day of complete chaos on this perspective! Lunch with Aunt Krissy, a ...
... mood and him announcing ‘We have everything we need’. Yes we do indeed. He is clever.
A small toy based casualty today, Station Officer Steel fell into a hole in the door frame and could not be retrieved. We have spare Station Officer Steel, so luckily we were all able to move on from our grief quite quickly. And in other news, we found the hippo we had been looking for – so our Madagascar games will ...
... this trip, they come to pass too quickly.
Well, for those of you who have been following my blog over these last couple of months, this is where the writing comes to an end. Thank you for allowing me to share these stories with you, as I hope that you may have taken away a little bit of something through these words and pictures. If reading these blogs have been a mere fraction as enjoyable as they have been for me to write, then I ...
... thanks Uncle Dan. The Naval base is like a little world of it's own, they have McDonalds, batting cages and places for guests to stay. The Naval base is on the ocean (obviously) and the family walked on the beach and even dipped their toes in the Pacific.
This week we are planning on heading back to San Diego for more camping and seeing the sites. Sea World here we come... Free Willy!!!
Love to you all, from the fat and happy, Bek and Jesse train.