Embassy Suites Palmdale
Travel Blogs from Palmdale
... waiting, we did reminisce on some of our worst injuries... The wet towl whips were definitely highly ranked (thanks Dad & Ben).
"Lancaster, train to Lancaster."
Sounds nice... Why don't we hop on it? :)
Maybe because that's 100% the WRONG SODDING TRAIN.
We get off immediately, as soon as we realise. There's this dude standing at the station. We clearly looked clueless.
... He wants to get back into photography and was really interested in the camera that I'd brought with me (Canon Rebel T3). I'm so lucky to have been given this camera as a gift! I can't stop taking pictures!!! Duny is getting a little frustrated with me stopping every two minutes to take a picture. I hope you enjoy the pictures I post, then Duny's frustration will not have been in vain:).
It's good to come home.
... hot chips. It snowed this night but only lasted til mid morning turning into a nice sunny day. Had another situation today where one of the goats - Maria - got past me and out of the gate! I lunged for her and held onto her tail but she ran back in through the gate so all was well. I am becoming a bit paranoid about all the goats and ...
... our new spot. The awning didn't have the right poles. It didn't. I swear. Until it did, because I was just being a man, and rushed straight in to put it up. After it was up, we relaxed for a while. Went swimming in the pool. It was bloody cold, but nice. Had a shower and tried out the jacuzzi thing too.
Sarah cooked the fajitas. I drank beer, and ate crisps with salsa dip. She is a good woman she is. The fajitas were ...
... vaca. I cannot recommend strongly enough spending time similarly with your adult children. My car trip with Tannis all to myself (including Buster of course), staying at Todd's place and time along with him and now time at Daniel's place. These are the things I cannot show in photographs. Talks on the phone, and exchanges over email and texting each other are all valid ways to keep in contact. But, to keep in touch, . . .