San Diego Country Estates
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... have been weeks. If they had wind here like we do in South East Australia, there wouldn’t be a tree or building still standing.
Along the north coastal strip in California there are dwellings scattered all through the forrest. It’s no wonder they loose so many buildings when it goes pear shaped. And like in Australia it appears your average American never thinks it will be there house that burns down!
We were lucky to visit the very famous, ...
... women in his life…YOU…will be the inevitable victims to repeated patterns from their upbringing. Be fore warned! He may even attempt to turn you into his mother! These spoiled males grew up so comfortable in their youth by their mother's side. Most of these types of men will ever want to do is turn you into the woman who cooks for them, cleans for them, reads to them before they go to bed, massages their feet when ...
... feel like I needed another week to be able to stay and visit.
After leaving Boise, I set out on my next journey as a nurse in a new city! After making a few stops along the way in Las Vegas and Los Angeles to see some awesome friends and family, I finally arrived at my final destination...SAN DIEGO!!! I arrived and got settled into my new home. I found another hidden gem on airbnb.com. A one bedroom/one bathroom in a ...
Before I start I apologize for the confusion with the locations of the updates and the titles - I'm still learning how to use travel pod but I think I'm getting the hang of it slowly. Wow -the final ride into San Diego (which coincidentally is NOT a "whale's vagina" in Spanish ---ask a friend if you don't get it.) was a major test for both the rider and the bike. This was my 2nd shortest segment of my trip so far (420 miles) but was the most difficult segment ...
... as quieter coastal sections quickly changed into bustling urban sprawl and finally, to hectic thoroughfares through the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego.
Thunderous, traffic clogged roads swallow cyclists and force riders to weave across busy entrance/exit ramps of multi lane highways......admittedly exacerbated when I missed a turning and mistakenly cycled 10 miles of freeway (motorway) into Santa Barbara. Oops
Mostly though, the coast remains resolutely ...