Vagabond Inn Exec Los Banos
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... in the carpark.
This, by the way, was last year:
And this year it's no different, just the shade's in a different spot:
Inside, things were abuzz. When I first arrived there was a rehearsal on for a convention part, then I found out that the Circuit Overseer was visiting.
It was Brother Daniel Geipel's first visit to this congregation and I have to say that he made a good job of fitting ...
... remainder of the month of March in Arizona visiting with family & friends along with taking in several Cactus League Spring Training games! Early April found us in the LA area and we had the kids & grands down for a weeks visit over their spring break. We spent time on the beach in Santa Monica, took in the sights in & around Hollywood and spent a couple of days at Universal Studios. We have been back in the Bay Area ...
This morning the service at CCV was awesome. Pastor Jeff preached on david and goliath and facing giants. This wasn't your normal sermon on this, Jeff is always good putting a fresh spin on it. It was awesome. Giants have no place!
After church was the 5 and a half hour drive to Los Banos. Yes, the bathrooms... Classy. it was a rough drive, it rained most of it which stressed me out so much. It ...
... I get the feeling that Mercey HS is what Harbin wants to be but will never achieve. Mercey HS is off the grid, harnessing 3 sources of alternative energy to run the lights. Solar, wind and a generator that runs on recycled cooking oils. How cool is that?
I will definitely return to Mercey HS. The Perseid meteor shower in July/August is already on my calendar. Mercey's location, lack ...
... along the County Road after the breakfast enjoying the broad and unobstructed view of the Orestimba Wilderness - thanks to chaparral burned down during the Lick Fire. We met a lone volunteer on the summit of Bear Mountain, chatted for half an hour and continued down to Coyote Creek canyon slowly getting back to more populated places. Sometimes we would just stop and wait for the time to pass by vainly hoping it would slow down here in ...