Country Inn & Suites By Carlson San Carlos
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... These were happy cows, and I would be too with the gorgeous views near the ocean, cool breeze and no humidity, quiet surroundings and virtually no bugs! Our rental car place closed at 7:00, and in order to not have to pay a crazy amount to park it overnight, we worked together with me navigating and Chad driving to make it back in time. We literally pulled in the garage at 7:00 on the dot and just happened to catch the guy that had just parked the car to block anyone ...
... later, this change was made in-between Lydia and Rowan starting school. So now although only 12 months difference in age we have a two academic years gap. To start with we were concerned that this would be a problem, but after lots of thought and consideration we decided it would be better for Rowan to re do reception and stay one of the older children in his year. They both have made us so proud by their ease in transitioning. Children are amazing how hey take everything ...
... everyone reduce there water consumption by 25%. I am guessing our PEI friends would be happy to send them the snow and they would be happy to take it here.
The next two weeks are going to be busy! We are spending 2 days each in Napa Ca, Redding Ca, Eugene Or, Bandon Or, Eureka Ca and Santa Rosa Ca. After that our final week will be in Santa Cruz before heading for home! A couple of rounds at Bandon Dunes are booked which we are really looking forward to!
Cathy & Dave
Amazing. From the morgue to the dining room to isolation to general pop. The wait was simple. We caught the F line street car. It was a big day but lots of new experiences. The audio tour was insane hearing recounts from prisoners to officers and guards. You felt the heaviness of where you were, if you hadn't already. Which to be honest I hadn't. The criminals this place housed was ...
... Utah, through Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Pretty cool, except ringing this awesome monument was probably 50 sales booths, and trust me, all the stuff is the same. How many silver bracelets can you have. So here's some pix of that place.
Then driving southwest, through Navajo territory of which there's a vast amount, as reported earlier, we saw scattered houses ...