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... and headed north on CA 163 to I-805. The upside was I found Miramar National Military Cemetery. I pulled off and rode through the cemetery. There were families there sitting in front of graves and there was a section of new places with temporary markers. I had to stop. There was a family there just staring at the plot. This choked me up.
This stuff is real, active, and the reason we need to keep supporting our military ...
... and dogs. Here is a pic of Sue and Dexter walking the beach. He and Charlie really enjoyed the sand and chasing the gulls. Bad news is we were told a few minutes after this pic that it was illegal to have dogs on the beach and would yield a $300.00 fine if we were caught. So back to the sidewalk:)
The beach is well maintained. So ...
... York office. They saw the writing on the wall and new they were all about to lose their jobs. Complacency started the whole thing. This was the beginning of the growth of the cruise industry to the larger 3,000 passenger ships. SOLAS (safety of lives at sea) was in the picture now. We began seeing the floor lighting on the decks that was not there before. Protection of crew rights and wellbeing was now being scrutinized as these ships came in to United ...
... only have about 20 minutes to eat! No long conversations...except maybe complaining about bad-behaved child. Lol This afternoon I needed to report to the doctors office to have a flu shot. I can usually talk my way out it saying that I'm just on the ship for one cruise and that I have already had the shot from my own doctor. But this time I was not so lucky! They told me that ...
... called Katsuya - LA is lined with Sushi places everywhere. The clientele here were glamorous and the restaurant was ultra modern and stylish with one of the best sushi chefs in Hollywood. The food was out of this world - each dish tasted different and was presented like a work of art. I would definitely recommend a Sushi restaurant in LA - it's such a far cry from YoSushi! We left LA with lighter pockets (our most expensive city so far) and made our ...