Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Livermore
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... and Austin.
Later in the day, Suzi's granddaughter, Sadie, drove up from San Jose with her three girls, Zoe, Ruby, and Cheyenne.
Along with Lisa's 14 year old daughter, Alexis, we had 8 kids, aged 14 down to 18 months all weekend. To add to the chaos, a neighbor girl, Hannah, age 9 was almost always hanging out with the crowd.
Fortunately for Suzi and my sanity, Lisa ...
17th December - Tuesday
Snowing, left Lori's at 10ish we were a bit early but that was OK, caught the train into Chicago, we knew where we were going which was good as we were fighting through the falling snow, it was that cold that our eyes were hurting. This lady was was on the corner of our home, selling something, don't really know what and the snow was falling down.
... I am blessed that she was willing to treat me and get my chi circulating again!!
Well, then the week was over and we headed (in California traffic) to the airport for our 9:45 pm flight to New Zealand.
(We are here now, but I have had trouble finding time to update the blog, so you will need to wait a few days until I update about what we are up to here in nz!!!!)
... astounding. The rocks themselves were a mixture of white, grey, black and rust - sometimes in stripes, other times in patterns with no specific order but astoundingly beautiful. The largest cave was a dream - there were stalagmites and stalactites in an array of grey, white, rust and turquoise. The shapes also were varied. I was smitten! Can't wait to explore more! We saw remarkably few birds, the most common being the cliff dweller types such as swifts and seal ...
... the death in battle. AnAn is a protected aren in the Tongass because there is documented archaeological proof that the Tlingit Clans have been fishing in this area for well over 8000 years and probably mush longer. AnAn is a Tlingit name which literally translates into "The sit down place." There was also a Tlingit tradition of forcing intermarrage between clans, so this was a great place to build aliances by marrage between clans & ...