Hampton Inn Livermore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Later in the day I was able to take a bike ride around Livermore and I rode 16 miles on some nice bike paths and very bike friendly bike lanes.
While I was riding, Suzi, Lisa, Sadie and Tami took all the great grandkids to a local park to burn off their energy.
Dinner was Pizza and Salad and all of the kids ate really well. It was a very enjoyable family time.
... like I had with Michelle in Europe. The South East Asia plan started to form in my mind in the summer of 2013 as the plan to travel to the Galapagos unraveled. Rena was in and out of the hospital dealing with colon cancer and did not want me to go to the biologist's Mecca without her. The assumption was that she would recover and we would go there together latter. So, Galapagos, Machu Pichu and the Amazon River adventure were placed on hold. Thailand, here I ...
... candy in church and hear familiar songs.
I got to to to the Livermore Farmers Market which was AWESOME! They had the best strawberries.
Kristy is an acupuncturist and we got to see her offices and I was so lucky to have her treat me. It was cool, for a throat issue, she "bled" me!!! Ouch, needles, I was ready for, but she actually made tiny cuts on the finger on certain points. She is so ...
Today was even more spectacular than yesterday, if that is possible. We motored up to a series of lagoons. For many hours we meandered up these lagoons, and the peacefully quality was dramatic. The only sounds were those of the cicadas and a few birds. We took it at a leisurely pace, exploring every cave, and feature possible. The rock formations were enchanting and I had no trouble finding forms resembling humans, animals, plants, bells and all manner of things. The colors ...
... and the Stikine Tlingit clans. The clans gathered for summer fish camps at AnAn Creek for the large salmon spawning run to catch and preserve salmon for their winter food supply. AnAn was unique because the large amount of salmon available made it possible to have several clans share one fishing camp at the same time. This is most unusual in the Tlingit Nation because they have an ancient history of being fierce warriors who frequently fought each ...