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... thru Artesia then Compton stations. It was a normal day. We changed trains at Willowbrook and went upstairs for the green line towards LAX. An old black man asked me for change. "Gave my last two quarters to a young lady at Del Amo," I said He grinned his five yellow teeth at me. "I know," he said, unzipping his shoulder bag to reveal a scrawny tabby kitten, maybe a week old. "She got fleas. I need money's for the treatment." "Good-luck," I said. "Thank you kindly," ...
... was a cultural highlight to understand how the slaughter of such a relative few could matter so much for Texas, American and the world. Even though I will confess it got boring pretty quickly, it was interesting to observe how the bravery of those who sacrificed themselves for something they hoped would be greater, is sometimes viewed as a trite cliché.
After the Alamo, we rounded a few corners looking for a way to get Matt’s wheel chair down to ...
... worth more than our house. Cool though, we can watch their tv from our window (it flips outside, and in aspect is still larger than the one in our trailer). It's pretty bright and clear. We put sunscreen on the kids just in case. Other than Johnny pooping in the pool, all is well. Barret, Jenn and "The Crew" P.S. We have a kick ass video, but it won't upload properly. If anyone knows how to upload to the iPad from your camera let us ...
... overflowing gardens. It was the perfect way to spend the day, recouping, mentally, physically and spiritually.
We arrived back at the camper, took a nap, and then Kaitlyn and I went back to the pool. For all the fun we have had, this was a much needed day and I think we all thoroughly enjoyed it.
To finish up the day, we took a bike ride down by the creek, along a greenway.
I think we are ready for our day ...
The boys finally arrived around 8pm and we headed down to the River Walk for a bite to eat. It was absolutely packed with most places having 45 - 60 minute wait lists. We managed to get into an Irish Pub/Restaurant called Waxy O'Connors. Sounds more like a beauty clinic. After a quick back, crack and sack, the boys sat down for a nice lunch - I piled into a Grouper sandwich which was accompanied by several beers. Very nice !
We got lost trying to find our way back ...
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