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Travel Blogs from Escondido
After a hip crunching sleep on the floor at Hunters in San Diego the next day I was ready for a day of touring San Diego, this included having a lovely lunch and dinner with Hunter's family. I was received the grand tour of Hunter’s old college Point Loma which was amazing, the view out to the sea from some of classes would surely result in fails in those classes.
It was a nice relaxed day and in ...
... 9 diagonally parked cars. Incredible!
Our walks took us past the beautiful museums and into the Alcazar Garden, a formal one resembling its namesake in Seville, Spain. The garden was changing seasons, so we were a few weeks early to fully enjoy its beauty.
The day was beautiful and we enjoyed walking past many varieties of plants, while enjoying the art. The people of San Diego are truly lucky to have this incredible park.
Why, everyone asked ? Why in mid winter? Why a new bike? Why go all the way to California to get it? All with a quizzical -- oh well, he's retired now so I guess he can do it -- look. Legitimate queries all -- to which there are detailed answers and explanations. I will go into them below, but none of them touch on the real driver. It would be so cool to cross the country in winter -- and on a new bike !! I ...
... calculating what will be needed for the next 3 months vs. what can be placed into storage (holy **** I have a lot of bike stuff).
But let me back up a bit and talk logistics. For quite some time I was to have my very special North-of-the-Border someone, Tracy (i.e. 'Goldfish' because she's so easily distracted with just about anything shiny and flashy), meet me in Reno for the last 3/4 of my trip to BC. She was ...
... only to save on meal
Friends, school chums, and work colleagues all went through another round of tears and hugs.
Repeatis farewellis- the highly unusual act of conducting duplicate & highly emotional farewell tours within an unreasonably short period of time (the less charitable might mention the second round of free meals).
For those unfamiliar with the policing community, apparently you are not officially retired until ...