Granada Inn - Silicon Valley
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... instead. Lots of beer later we wandered into the stadium to watch the show. We had front row seats, but with a view of the side of the stage. We could watch the band on a monitor or get caught up in everything going on back stage. And during He's Gone, we got bracelets for the pit. Tim and I ended up at the fence, about 30' from the stage. Our own little ...
... as we've been airborne. Perhaps the shaking of the earth resounds for me because in these times my thoughts and dreams have been shaken. I had always been a positive thinker, seeing the rainbows and sunshine after the rain. Well, that's been tougher lately as the world turns, we acknowledge the effects of climate change, of rising sea water, long term drought, and the persistence of global income inequality. The pilot just announced our descent so I'll ...
left early and nice ride through mountains and into the valley east of the coast. riding started to get very hot in the valley but soon as we came to frisco it turned foggy and cold.
bridge and daft roads, what a laugh.
Lombard street was cool, a possession of cars waiting to drive down a very windy road with loads of tourists taking photos of you.
so we did the same.
had to leave city to find accommodation which was expensive.
... the first time, you can drop it now”
Him - “No, I’m SERIOUS, the flight has been cancelled at the last minute”
Is it true, is it really going to be the start of a travel nightmare? The cruel irony is that earlier in the morning, I thought about how funny it would be to say to Carissa "Guess what, our flights are cancelled", as an April fool’s joke. And now its 4Real. More irony? Just a week before, I gave a toastmasters ...
... The whole reason we came to stay at the Encinal Yacht Club was for this meeting. There were actually two meetings.
The first was a 2 hour seminar on cruising in Mexico. The first 100 people into the seminar got a free cervesa! Definitely Rick's kind of meeting! We learned some important things. For instance there is little to no violence and crime in the waterfront areas of Mexico we will be visiting. The second was that mace ...