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Well, this is it. I am getting on the plane tomorrow to start my time with ISV. All I know up to this point on where I will be is my first two weeks of training. That will take place in Big Bear, CA, where the high is 78 and the low is 39. Just the thought of getting out of Texas (or satan's ********** some might say) is nothing short of a miracle. This place truly is terrible in ...
Monday July 20 - Day 7
Breakfast in Colorado. Lunch in New Mexico. Supper in Texas. What a day! We left our campsite at a good time, just before 9:00 we were on the road. However, there were still some long steep hills we had to climb that slowed us down.
Once we crossed into New Mexico we went off the interstate a bit to visit a dormant volcano - ...
... was settling and noticed how quaint, beautiful, & charming it was Cristina and I immediately looked at eachother and without hesitation we said we need an extra day.
Immediately checked in to El Dorrado ran for some local fare and called it night. Hotel was beautiful, clean & cozy so it was a good call. Oh and managed to squeeze in some hot tub/pool time on the roof.
After breakfast we headed downtown to the Buddy Holley Center where there were some caches associated with the Event. Took some pictures and went across the street to Buddy Holley Plaza where is bronze statue is located. More pics. We than went to the cemetery where he was buried. This was a Virtual Cache where there is no log to sign but it asks you a question you can only answer ...
My grandfather, Clayton E. Enger, often spoke of his proud Norwegian heritage. He was in his retirement years before he and my grandmother, Merle Howard Enger, visited there. I'm told his grandparents migrated to the United States in the late 1800s before they were married. He grew up in the central Texas Norwegian ...