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... stop". She just shakes her head at me. If they do have one, I have to return the truckster full of gas so as we head into Oakland, I jump off of the freeway in search of a gas station, and we find ourselves in a neighborhood that is not the best. Lots of bars on the windows and whatnot. Certainly not a place that I would take the wife and kids sightseeing. After searching for a bit we find gas and I fill up the tank and we head ...
... it from one who sparks daily. Deanne and I strolled back to the train station and it only cost use $1.25 in quarters to feed the omni-present panhandlers, vagabonds, vagrants and bums. They were everywhere in 2006; how much more so in 2014? It is a cultural glitch you see in every doorway of America, the gaps between the haves and have-nots, all the more wider since the GFC. The broken faces, the vanquished expressions, the leathery roughness of their palms as you drop a coin ...
Will and I started our day with coffee at the shop across the street. It was a little busier because we are sleeping in more each day as we get used to the time change change and being on vacation. It is going to be a rough day when we have to go back to school and school but for now we will enjoy. We walked down to the ticket office again to get our cable car tickets and un like last night when we were too late we are now too early and it was closed again. ...
... and what I thought was a communal area for campers with a couple of tables and chairs was actually one of the sites for the bigger RV's. In the morning we decided to back track from the previous day and have a look at the Boardwalk at Santa Cruz. We took a smaller coastal road and arriving in Santa Cruz, found it was deserted of tourists. Parking was plentiful and in many places free, so we enjoyed some time looking at the fairground, which of course ...
Thanks for a country where
nobody's allowed to mind the
Thanks for a nation of finks.
Yes, thanks for all the
memories-- all right let's see
You always were a headache and
you always were a bore.
Thanks for the last and greatest
betrayal of the last and greatest
of human dreams.
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