Hilton Garden Inn Livermore
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... and nothing happened to me’. If there was ever a time to shut up, it was then. I declined desert so that I could get back to my seat and the pleasant young art teacher who worked in Nebraska in such a small town that she had been in the local newspaper 4 times in a year including one article simply reporting her arrival in town.
We sat side by side on the 12 hour journey from Los Angles to San Francisco. I had chosen the train ...
... us a room at the Livermore DoubleTree Hotel which is right around the corner from where she lives. After getting the kids calmed down and watching a movie, Suzi and I were able to escape the crowd and visit both Lisa and Tami as the worked Friday night.
The grandkids and greatgrandkids are always delighted to see Grandma Suzi and it is always delightful for us to spend time with family.
... Sadie does. The game plan was to get them tired so Bobby and I could leave Sadie and meet Chris Dougherty, a friend I've known since 4th grade.
Chris lives in Montclair and aside from being a theatre costumer, paints watercolors of ocean and clouds. I have tried to paint both ocean and clouds and they always come out wrong.
Chris has found the secret but she won't tell me what it is. We had lunch at Rick and ...
... that goes directly to the International Terminal at SFO.
Then umpteen(!) hours, two flights and one train ride later, I will get picked up by Lisa or Helena at the train station in Arezzo. Then... 8 fun filled days of... picking olives!
That's it! More later.
... and into Tatshenshini - Alsek Provincial Park, British Columbia. For the rest, follow the photos and plot the flight. Before landng on the beach on the Pacific Coast side of Glacier Bay NP (balloon tires), Paul chased a minimum of 10 Grizzly and Black bears plus cubs off the beach (they were eating strawberries) - concerned about how far the grizzlies had run, my first comment after deplaning was "who has ...