El Cordova Hotel
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... believe them! Josie has shown great adaptability with a clumsy mum feeding in public & sleeping everywhere & anywhere.
It hasn't been all smooth sailing, there have been moments for all of us, Kate has had more moments than any (poor Richard), then there was the "Baked Plastic" incident last night that will go no further than those at 801 but ended in a Kloeden camp out outside and then when it was safe to re-enter the house, in the living ...
... br> Then Ricky showed us supposedly the most dangerous neighborhood in San Diego called “Logan” where members of the most dreaded Mexican gangs still live. It honestly didnīt look so bad but he explained that things had improved a lot in last few years. He used to live in San Diego so he can probably say if the situation got better. We even stopped for a while to look at some of the graffiti painted on the columns of the Coronado Bay Bridge. Most of them included ...
... have to stop, to get to our hotel! After many long minutes and lots of wondering Ed turned back in the direction we came. The magic words RECALCULATING sounded. He turned quickly across traffic and we made it using some side roads. We were not expecting this area to be so densely populated with regular homes. We thought quaint summer homes, cottages, condos etc. There is a naval station that occupies most of this island. Our hotel is on the ...
... would have it, the golden hour was just right, not too glaring and not too hot.
By 6:30, we were finished with all the posing and fussing, and the kids couldn’t have been happier to be done with it. It was a miracle just trying to keep them clean at the beach. Mark, Cheryl and Josie wanted to take this time to walk around and check out parts of the Del that we hadn’t seen. Mac just wanted to get out of his dress clothes and go back to ...
Well, we are almost home driving in the Arizona desert, 1800 miles in 3 days. Here are some trip stats.
15 states and Washington DC
46 RV nights
7 cruise ship nights
3 hotel nights
2 national parks
over 10 museums
over 15 historic sites
8 famous home tours
music genres- Cajun, country, blues, early rock and roll
new foods-fried green tomatoes, crawfish, hush puppies
# bug bites-can't count that high!