Courtyard San Diego Carlsbad
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... arrived. The 5 of us went on and we purchased a couple of photos taken when we were on it - mouths wide open, arms in the air and all of us screaming. Two rides of upside down, twisting and turning, feeling like you were going to fall of the edge and Alex and I decided we would leave the trill seeking to the kids!
We walked around the different cities made out of Lego and the kids went to the Lego shop and spent some of their ...
... on the way to visit my daughter's family in Utah. Timing constraints led me to contrast my experiences of the natural beauty of the west with a handful of nocturnal views of the man-made variety. Unfortunately on two counts, I was unable to capture pics of the Hoover Dam in its full glory as the dam was under construction with limited exposure and due to ...
... green areas and lots more traffic.
The route on I10 took us on through Palm Springs ....home to the oldest wind farms in USA desert with 2,700 wind turbines- harvesting enough energy to power 300,000 homes. The sight of THAT many wind turbines, is fascinating - large silent standing giants with blades turning quietly - varying lengths of blades, from 15 to 140 feet... into BUSY California and ...
... get up and head to the airport. Special thanks to my sis for waking me up and driving me here-she's a good big sis. We hugged goodbye once at the airport and with that, here I am. Physically alone but consumed and deeply warmed by the love of my friends and family and framily. I'll carry you all in my heart as I pursue my next life adventure called medical school! Thanks for the best summer ever, NC2SD 2014! With the love of a thousand hand slaps, Breezer Hill P.S. Aunt Diane you rock for the awesome memory ...
... than you would think: the building the restaurant is in actually (and for a reason which is yet unknown) has a windmill on the roof.
Jason treated us to some yummy appetizers while we watched the game unfold. Most of you reading this obviously already know how the match panned out so I won't go into the details but we gradually got more into the game ...