Holiday Inn Express Port Hueneme
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... the cherries in a container. Angelica took out a bottle of wine and some beers. I bought a small cake last Friday to put a special Liberace candelabra on to give to Angelica. (She loves candelabras and has been looking for as Liberace one.) I found this cute plastic candelabra in a catalog and ordered it several months ago. It had an anchor that needed to be stick into a cake to stand up.
Back to today…. So I put the top back on the small cake and ...
... Corps (CEC) is responsible for designing, constructing and maintaining the shore facilities needed to support the U.S. Navy around the world. Ports, piers, warehouses, shipyards, airfields, and other facilities required have been provided through their leadership and personal efforts.
With the onset of WWII, there was an immediate need for overseas bases, and civilian workers could not be sent to work in a war zone. In January of 1942, Rear Admiral ...
... headed for points south. We stopped in Coalinga to fill up with gas $4.33 a gallon, ouch! Then we continued on down to Port Hueneme. The weather was warm but beautiful for a drive. On our arrival 6 hours later (arrived at 6:30pm) we were greeted with open living arms and paws by Angelica (who is looking great for being 6 months pregant), David, Izzy (big dog) and Liberachie (little dog).
Angelica made a great dinner, chicken masala with some kind of Indian ...
... our old stomping ground, and stay at the Monterey Pines Navy RV Park and golf course.
We left Port Hueneme on June 21st and headed up Highway 101 into the wide open spaces of the central coast. It was a beautiful drive through rural countryside among rolling hills dotted with majestic oak trees. We arrived at the campground around 4:00 pm and parked in one of the "pull through" ...
... who escaped across the Mexican border from Central America. They are between the ages of 13 to 17 years and the base expects their numbers to rise to 575 children by this coming Tuesday. They are housed, fed and cared for in a 42,000 square foot warehouse adjacent the RV park and are expected to stay for up to 120 days awaiting placement with a sponsor or family member.
We hope everyone is well. That's all the news or now!