Comfort Suites - Downtown
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... rules and we had a very nice swim.
Today I went for a walk and took a "selfie" in front of the entrance to "Sun City," the development that Dad and Jan live in. Everyone is super friendly. You absolutely MUST say hi to fellow walkers, which is challenging if you are trying to focus on walking the hills. However, absolutely required etiquette, no complaints. ...
As the boys are with their billeted families today, the rest of us headed off to the local factory outlet shops for some retail therapy. There was many a bargain to be had. We all left the bus with the wise words of Mr. Glen Hannah "Remember, it's only a bargain if you need it." This was meet with a 50% approval from the members of the bus.
... from what I expected. Coming from the lavish greenery of Eugene, Oregon, the dry, mostly-yellow view from the bike path was a bit of a shock. I know California is in drought (200 years or something, and their government still makes it illegal to have water tanks), but I was really underwhelmed by this famous bike trial. It was quite cool to feel like we were riding through country paddocks, but the sun was hot hot hot, and our bikes were set at ...
... shopkeepers and stock looked like it was from that time. However what was most appealing was the sweet store we found, which made their own creations of Taffy sweets, with about 50 different flavours. It was bit of a willy wonks setting, with free samples of chocolate covered crickets, and a nut job owning the shop. Nevertheless we walked out with a bag full of sweets and continued. This part of the town was really cool, and was our favourite bit ...
... the white buffalo are sacred and represent great spiritual powers. This particular white buffalo was born on the Montana Flathead Indian Reservation in 1933 and died in 1959. I must say, I think this is one of the most impressive state history museums we have seen in some time.
We also stood at the Headwaters of the Missouri where the Jefferson and Madison converge with the Gallatin 1 mile downstream to create the Missouri. It ...