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... crowds are beginning to gather. We make our way up the street to the cemetery. This is where the parade will end. Back down the street to the "Park" to watch them getting set up for the parade to honor the dead. The parade starts at 7:00 pm and we are home by 7:30. Fun day. I learned a lot about Dia De Los Muertos.
... have eaten both because they were so good, soft, and they had the perfect blend of masa vs. center material. I would order these again on my next visit.
After supper, we walked along the boardwalk back to the room. Kelsey and I decided to go for a walk which was definitely needed after that large supper. It was a great walk, but most of all it is always great to spend time with my beautiful daughter.
Off to bed now...goodnight!
... some of the girls in church :) Once Becca was home from work the two of us headed out to mission bay for some kayaking which was so much fun!!! Not only was the weather perfect, the water calm, the company fantastic- we also kayaked with seals! It was slightly nerve racking at first but definitely loads of fun! I was blessed to be able to see and catch up with the Moynihan's (who I also met in Israel) at dinner tonight. Day 17- spent the day with Kaitie and 2 of ...
... the fact that the little town just over the border into California where we had hoped to buy gasoline had no gas station!!! It ended up to be a minor blip in the plan, as we had to track about 30 miles out of our way in order to find a guaranteed gas station in Searchlight, Nevada. But, we made it and with Odie fueled up, we were on our way to Joshua Tree.
Joshua Tree National Park is right at the junction of two deserts: The ...
... selfishness, the habit of acting for himself, and of making the best of every occurrence. In short, he ought to partake of the characteristic qualities of most sailors. Traveling ought also to teach him distrust; but at the same time he will discover, how many truly kind-hearted people there are, with whom he never before had, or ever again will have any further communication, who yet are ready to offer him the most disinterested assistance." (Charles Darwin, The Voyage of the Beagle)