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... had lived there for a spell, and so grabbing a selfie and sending it along with a "Hey, look where we are!" seemed like the neighbourly thing to do. It was a glorious sunny day at Solvang so we took breakfast at Paula's Pancake House, which was deliciously indecent, and grazed around for over an hour like two happy people with no particular place to go. After snapping some pix of the ferocious life-size wooden Vikings and caterwauling a few bars of "Clogging In The ...
The difficulties of yesterday led to a trailer which is now about an inch and a half wider in the back than it used to be. However, it turns out that there is no Home Depot in BFT (bum f'd Texas). This lead me to the question, "Hmmm, how do I McGyver the back of the trailer together?" I started thinking about my days on the trail, and the handy pack of zip ties I used to carry to give the Jeep guys, you know, to keep their stuff ...
... like we won't get our B-Class upgrade after all...sheesh. 100,000 miles apiece and no where to spend them. Maybe need to rethink being loyal to one airline... Today's travel agenda includes flights to London (with a layover at DFW), then a train to the city of Bath, 1.5 hours away from London. I'm really excited about Bath, a town named for the Roman Baths it is built upon. If all goes well, we'll be walking into a B&B in Bath in just under 14 hours. ...
This morning we packed stuff in the car and then drove over to the storage place. We then loaded what we could into "G/G". We had already loaded the refrigerator on Sunday. Today it seemed to take a long time to get ready to leave and then we still had to fill the gas tank! We drove back to the Shell station at 1516 and then we hooked up the car. Next time we'll move "G/G" to the house to pack and ...
... type foods, but more of the carnival variety rather than haute cuisine. There were stages set up and some mostly Mexican style music blaring, and I mean blaring! It was unfortunately too painful to stop and listen. The shops in the market building were selling mostly cheap tourist trinkets, with a smattering of more quality stuff, almost all Mexican themed. This is obviously the Mexican part of town. There was some kind of silly small town kick-off ceremony at the far end ...
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