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When you (I) imagine Highway 1 and driving down the coast you imagine it to be beautiful sun, stopping at beaches, running along the beach with someone else's dog and laughing and singing the whole journey. Yesterday had been similar to that provided that by similar I mean absolutely the opposite, which in this case I do.
We hoped as we …
... went for a bike ride to Hammond Park. It started out beautiful but then rained. We will get more time for our activities next week while Viviana is in preschool.
I hope your New Year started out well. Let's all pray there will be peace in the world and we all continue to have strength and courage for the challenges we will face this coming year.
Peace & love,
... The States has problems with obesity and this must be something to do with portion size, but also there are just so many good places to eat you almost feel that being obese would be a fair enough price to pay.
Our afternoon drive took us deep into redwood country. They are impressive trees, but to be honest all pretty similar to each other when viewed from a coach, so it was a good thing that our next book group choice was a long one. Tania our ...
... started the day with a laugh!
Most of the morning was spent at Shasta Dam, where we had a very interesting tour. Shasta is the 2nd largest concrete dam, measured by the amount of concrete used. It is 602 feet tall. From the vista point, there is a captivating view of all 3 Shastas---the dam, Shasta Lake (30,000 acres) and snow-capped Mount Shasta ...
... California Social Services. It's also quite clear that our hotel rents severalsuites to the California equivalent of Social Services. All in all, it's proving to be a poor choice. We don't quite feel unsafe; but neither are we anxious to wander downtown Eureka. Nevertheless,with our trusty guard dog in tow, we leave our hotel, donating stingily to the assorted street-folk to what is the beginning of an old town heritage ...