Ayres Lodge Alpine
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... to fishermen. Also a lot of folks fishing here. We could hear a seal in the distance.
in the last 2 days we drove 96 miles. Not so much walking in today's humidity!!!
few restaurants or businesses are air conditioned. Thing, GPS, had another few issues particularly downtown, but we at least are watching him. He seems never to use the same way twice.
No rain in San Diego today. Hot. DRY!
Zoo tomorrow if weather ...
No matter where I was, half way around the world, I felt God's presence. Now, I know God does not reside in a cross. But the cross is a reminder of His great love for us (John 3:16). I talk to my Lord throughout the day, not out-loud, not lengthily prayers, but quietly, in my heart. He reveals Himself to me in various ways. The most meaningful to me is a ...
... a let down, we wanted to see the gorillas, there was meant to be 6 of them but you could only see one right over the back where you couldn't really get a good look. Highlights of the day were, riding the massive zip line carts high over the zoo from one side to the other, the giant tortoises having sex, the orangoutangs, one in particular named Karen that put on a little show right in front of the glass doing ...
... had made us supper reservations, so I confirmed those, as well. While setting by the pool, there was a "HoneyBoBo kind of family" setting behind us. After about 15 minutes of their constant, stupid chatter and annoying manners, I just couldn't take it any more and went up to the room. We sat on the porch for awhile in the cool shade, then got ready for supper.
At 6:30, we walked down to "Enoteca Adriana", a quaint little neighborhood Italian restaurant down on ...
... when I was 9 years old. It is definitely a world class zoo from our limited experience. It is easily viewed in one day if you take advantage of the tours. A highlight was the famed Panda Bears. The elephant exhibit was also of interest to us, especially since we know a little from our own Lucy at the Edmonton Valley Zoo. We were lucky to go on the once every3 ...