Queen Anne Victorian Mansion
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... Ingi. She was beyond beautiful, and sat sedately
watching us all from her throne atop a rope hammock. She looked a bit sad, but I
wondered whether that was more from the wisdom of her old age. She had had 7
children and been made a grandmother many times over. She knew things about the
world, you could see it, and I wished I could know it, wished I could ask her
what she thought of us all standing and gaping up at her. Apparently, as ...
... IPA properly. I drank it anyway then we went for an ice cream where I had an ice cream sandwhich – two big cookies with ice cream in the middle. We head back to the house and Colin said him and Marna would like to take us out tomorrow night. We weren’t sure what this meant exactly but we willingly agreed, will be nice to spend time with other people I hope.
Charlotte had found some art thing that was on in downtown so we got the MET back there ...
... 2 prescriptions and hope for relief!! Bought the pills and home to Betz, who had panicked that I was not home when she came home from town and went to the hospital to look for me, but by then I was home wondering where she was!!! Took my first 2 pills and cannot believe the fast relief!!!!!!! So glad that is over!!! We looked at photos and things on the computer-I do not have internet here, but can get my mail on my phone. A drink, ...
... but we were up for it. One point of this vacation was to try out some of my new hiking gear for my upcoming Africa trip, so I had my new Osprey day pack and new hiking shoes, but forgot my trekking poles back at the house. This was a perfect mountain to use them (really really needed them), so I regretted leaving the trekking poles behind.
We couldn't have asked for a better day for a climb. Dog ...
We left Santa Cruz on Tuesday and debated whether to try and stay a few days at the Seacliff state park. We decided not to as it was going to rain for a few days. We headed north. As soon as we hit Redding, the rain started and the Uggs went back on my feet-goodbye sandals for the rest of this trip. The doggie hair dryer has come in handy again as the dogs get very wet when outside doing their business. I am glad I brought so many towels from home. We didn't need them at the ...