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... the Canopy that were the rainforest trees,it had razor sharp teeth and claws that would draw blood at the slightest touch.every second from that moment forward I'm appreciative that we survived our encounter with such a predator of epic proportions.ill never forget that one day.that one moment.we could have lost it all.the thing that is,the squirrel. We watched a shortened version of Ice age:Dawn of the Dinosaurs in the 4D mini movie theatre which was ...
... br> This life up here can't be a race
The trail among the pines is clear
And views abound to peaks so near
My travel days and nights entwine
Create a movie in my mind
A movie of so long ago, when man first walked the path below
A path established by wild beast
The path I walk beneath my feet
My destination comes too soon
The movie in my memory will loom
Dave at Lookout Mountain Spring Valley CA - The Left ...
... the practice of the Spanish organ. Unbelievable. We saw the beautiful architecture of the area and some nice gardens. The gardens are really stressed in the drought!!! We just could not stay there very long in this heat. Not enough shade and breeze to be comfortable. The zoo is in his park, but it is so huge we did not even see the see.
Next we drive to Old town, the preserved area of the city of San Diego's beginnings. On our way we ...
... as a PT student. I, of course, rambled on about bike and build for a bit before my 2 best friends from high school, Marissa and Christina, came to say their goodbyes. You'd think I'd be getting really good at goodbyes by this point, but this one was again a toughie. At least they promised they'd come visit me real soon! After they left, I finished up some stuff for financial aid before hitting the sack around 130a, just in time to squeeze in about 4 hours of sleep before it was ...
... of rides for little kids and some for bigger people too. On the Shipwreck Rapids they got quite wet. Mike and I didn't go on the ride and afterwards found out that you could shoot people on the ride with water cannons. If only we'd known earlier! Luckily it was a warm sunny day and they dried rather quickly although Sea World do provide drying chambers which you can stand in and for only five dollars, they will blow hot air on you.