Extended Stay America - San Jose - Airport
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We headed up to San Jose, and the traffic got ridiculous. 5 lane highways with cars going everywhere. I ended up getting pulled over by a cop because i was apparently going too close to a semi trailer and drove my tired over the lane (probably because someone cut me off suddenly). I think he just saw we had colorado licence plates.
We made it to San Jose in one piece. We came here because Jen wanted to check out Jarryd Hayne, the ...
... to have dinner with us since Jenny is busy with school work. Wednesday we will go to Rich & Jenny's and stay with them for a while.
I will ill blog again after our visiting Grand Canyon at which time we will be heading south to Florida! Until then stay warm and healthy. I do miss my friends, family and social life but have enjoyed this entire journey!
(aka..Francine, Franny, Frannie, Mema, Mom, Aunt Fran)
... left to drive to San Francisco at 12:30. It was sad saying goodbye after a lovely week with them. We came back to Rowan and Michelle's house and watched a film whilst Rowan went to work. We just relaxed this evening and ate some more amazing birthday ...
... the end of the 19th century there were over 200 canneries along the coast and rivers, built to exploit the huge salmon runs. Many were large, seasonal communities with employee housing and even a 'Mercantile' where workers could buy goods (at prices set by their employers), and charge them against their still-to-be-paid wages; in bad years they could end the season with no ...
... good. We bought a big plastic container of chicken and noodle soup, and had half each - heated in the microwave, with some yummy french bread and cheese for lunch, while we were waiting for our washer and dryer to finish. In the afternoon, we went for a big walk around Los Gatos. It was quite hot, but not too bad, and we visited the modern library, where Aya & Chris go with Sakura sometimes. That's just a little way down ...