Travel Blogs from Boulder Creek
... haematite, limonite etc.We took off to Golden Canyon next, followed by Zabriskie Point at sunset.
The next day saw us literally dragging our feet at the Mesquite dunes in the morning - I was quite overwhelmed by the beauty of the dunes. We wolfed down Gardenburgers at Furnace Creek and headed off to Ubehebe Crater and Scotty's Castle. We tried to go to Racetrack Playa that evening- the unpaved 27 mile stretch was a bone jarring, teeth rattling ...
... br> After Bite sting remover
Med Kit contents:
2 x mozzie repellent towelettes
1 small mirror
6 six inch zip ties
1 roll Tums
1 small bottle (25) Ibuprophen
2 pair non-latex gloves
1 roll gauze
1 roll cloth tape
5 sterile gauze pads
6 alcohol prep swabs
6 “corn” or bunion pads
... br> While here we snapped some pics of the fam next to big artichoke and chowed down on the tasty morsels in the parking lot. I think Jared was the only one that posed a threat to Angie and I getting our fill...he was right there in the action, chomping them down with us. Seth had a couple of them and Avery wouldn't get within a few yards of them.
Ok kids, back in the car and back on the road.
... exhibit I could see: Balenciaga and Spain. I can't say I've heard of Balenciaga. It turns out he was a Spanish fashion designer who was very influential during his long career lasting from 1918 until 1968. I'm not really into fashion but I found the exhibit interesting.
I was told that the other temporary exhibit was at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, another museum that is affiliated with the de Young, and that my ticket ...
We all laughed that I brought the earthquake with me!
This morning, after breakfast, her 10 year old son, took me to a concrete slide at a playground. This is no average slide!
Each time, I slide down, I was shoot out like a cannonball!
Not long from now, we will be sitting down to dinner!
Tomorrow morning, I board CALTRAIN, back to San ...