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... Cao Zhen fell sick on his journey back to Luoyang, where he died one year later. By 1759 the group had its own building on Byrd Creek. Swan island with local schools involved in making willow dens. Tattoos, by Jack M. Born in Neath, South Wales, David moved to Australia as a child. In 1856, a group of alumni attempted to have Jackson removed from his position. To the east of Fellbarrow is the Vale of Lorton, through which flows the River Cocker. Air New Zealand, which ...
Then to a beautification of the California yard...you know...pruning, digging, hauling, tilling, weeding, raking, trimming and the like. Tonight Chef Wayne will prepare. Schwine schnitzel, potato pancakes, and cauliflower with hollandaise sauce for his three most appreciative fans. Tomorrow? who knows? Adventures of all kinds ...
... at a quirky little cafe in Oakland. Whilst eating a group of guys came in for their lunch all dressed in scrubs. It was a bit of a culture shock seeing them sat eating in a cafe in scrubs seeing as we aren't even allowed to get the bus home in our uniform! I'm sure this will be the first of many differences I'll see. I just spent the rest of the day finding out how I'm going to get to the hospital tomorrow & catching up on emails ...
... in the San Francisco Bay Area in time to hit the evening rush hour, so it was dark before we arrived at my cousin Val's house in Pinole. She provided us a spot to park the camper while we're in the area, so we grabbed what we needed for a 4-5-day visit (update: some of what.... Oops. ww still doesn't do that well!) and unhitched the truck. Steve met us there, and the four of us went to a really nice restaurant right on the bay for a delicious dinner. Good company and good ...
... it's own angle of repose in the bog (permafrost does not like being dug into). As we left Destruction Bay, on Lake Kluani, we passed a municipal police car parked on a side road - it was a plywood cutout - that's one way to keep speeders and the municipal budget under control. It was windy - a miserable cold wind. We drove along a sapphire blue lake that continued for miles - beautiful area - Lake Kluane is the largest lake in the Yukon ...