Days Inn Mission Valley
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... We managed to "only" spend 8 hours there (another thing I've learned this past week - my threshold is up to 6 hours in a park [zoo, amusement, sea - doesn't matter what kind], after that I start getting cranky. No one likes a cranky me.)
Dinner was found at a nearby Ralph's kosher section. A great find (thanks to my information specialist skills :) ). BBQ and fried chicken, lentil soup and cole slaw. No perservative foods tonight. Yay!
... last night .As we went out for dinner and drinks.
About 12 of the "usual suspects" as Jamie calls them flew from Melbourne to be here to witness Ben and Jamie renew their commitment in front of family and friends, this coming Saturday.
It promises to be a fun weekend so will sign off now to resume after the event.
Maybe with a picture or 2
... t get to hear too many stories about Molly's high school days, but it was nice to get to finally meet her friends and to see her get to spend time with them again. It just so happened that Chris' birthday party was the next day, so we got a chance to hang out with them again and meet some of their friends. That turned out to be a lot of fun too. Iris was slow to warm up to everyone, but by the end of the night she was showing off her lion impersonation. It was ...
... of awesomeness that shouldn't be missed...so we didn't.
After burritos I went to Poway to visit Paula, Kelly and the Del Mar Dobermans. They'd been asking me to bring rain with me when I came to SD...and I didn't fail them. I brought them their first rain in ages...though just a drizzle. When I arrived at Paula and Kelly's house, two massive Dobermans came charging at me in full gallop. If I hadn't already met ...
... and water parks. I love to see the animals, but think of how much, maybe not better, but less boring life would be if these animals were in the wild. They certainly have things easy, and it's great for endangered animals, but seeing some of the lions in a small cage kinda makes you feel sorry for them. The Safari park was actually great because the enclosures are quite large, and the huge open area is great for the giraffes ...