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... to the stadium (which meant cheaper parking) and the front was much more inviting. The fans were surprisingly vocal (in a positive manner) for most of the game. The right field sections seemed to have a group of cheap seat season ticket holders. They lead many cheers, waved flags and best of all head banged as the closer came out in the ninth inning. The promotional giveaway was a large chip and dip tray ...
... oranges; I cooked and peeled 2 eggs. I have an apple and a gluten free bar. Should make it to Petaluma without starving.
It will be good to see our little 16 month old. She apparently is excited to see her gama and points to the room I stayed in when there.
I’ll drive home tomorrow night picking up other grandkids on the way home. Wish me ...
... bowl I’ve collected a few others, I prefer the old ones, you can feel the places where the maker placed their fingers. They are not fancy but were used for meals or everyday containers. There is a connection.
Dale bought a book on pots that we found at the Grand Canyon, turned out that our pot was discussed, or at least one like it. But recently Dale ...
... We carried on into Yosemite Village and stopped just outside Curry Village where we caught the bus to the bottom of the Mist Trail. We intended just to follow it to the Vernal Falls and turn back again. Despite apparently being the same mileage as the previous days trail, it was a much quicker hike. The guide said it should take us 2-5 hours but we made light work of it in ...
... saw you unzip it."
We had a delicious steak dinner at the Hungry Hunter. I had a New York strip with sauteed mushrooms, mashed potatoes and onion rings with tableside salad bar.
At 8:04, we left the restaurant. A few minutes later, something really weird happened.
We had been sitting at a stoplight for a while. I said, "I just want this light to change."
AT THAT SECOND, THE ...