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Suisun Valley, California is a wonderful place to drive thru. Almost like Napa Valley!
... the weight that might have been on their chest for years.
The one thing that everyone I have spoken to has in common is hope.
They hope to cleans themselves of their regretful pasts, but not forget it.
They hope to turn their love to make people laugh into a career.
They hope to save the one thing in their lives that matters to them, love.
They hope to strike it rich on the stock market with Ethanol.
... 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 ...
... tried to find a parking spot. The kids played on the grass and stuff outside while we waited in line and then they went to have a snack. I roamed around inside the gift shop and such while we each took turns in the line up. I ended up picking up a Jelly Belly keychain for my collection.
We were given hats and jelly bellies throughout the tour but we weren't allowed to take any pictures. Before we entered the factory, ...
... eyes when it got to dicey. Greg was a careful and cautious driver and we had big adventure without breaking anything.
I have friends who ride horses and they say that if they don't come home bleeding they haven't really had a ride. Well, some of these folks say they haven't had a good experiences unless they have broken something. I, personally, am from the school that of coming home in one piece and with a minimum of bruising is a good day.