Shadow Mountain Ranch
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... Tuttle Creek
In Tuttle Creek
The water flows
Between the rock and willow row
Along the creek campsites abound
With table, fire ring and ample ground
In the sites are a varied lot
All walks of life tied in a knot
Old and young
Some down on their luck
Old trucks and tents and tarps amuck
They walk for water to and fro
They sit and listen to the wind blow
Their stories vary, that's ...
... rock. he turns out the lights leaving only a small stubby candle to illuminate our world - "imagine working like this for 12 hours a day" he says. "but imagine the dust, the heat, the smell of black powder and of sweat. that is what this mine was like for all of its 90 year working life."
we reluctantly left Julian, and headed for the huge metropolis that is San Diego. but not before we checked out the realty office….
... more time to enjoy the sights as opposed to driving to and from the East Coast. The price we save on diesel simply gets applied to the airline tickets and the whole plan costs almost nothing more.
So what is it like for a family of 4 and an 8 month old puppy to live on the road in 300 square feet for a month??? In a word… Great! Our kids have camped since they were babies and they are used to being squeezed in. Kristi ...
... great to catch up with family and friends, reconnect with my So Cal American roots, and get on the water. My liver and I are not on the best speaking terms, but we can happily blame Miriam for that! I'm lucky to have so many awesome people in my life and I will miss you all very much!
Onwards and Upwards! I know this Fulbright is an ...
... one pair of flannel pants, one hat, socks and boxers, a windbreaker, and a slightly heavier jacket. That may sound like a lot, but it's really not that heavy, and I might even remove a few items from the list in order to attempt to travel even lighter.
I have been relatively busy sorting out last minute ****, the type of stuff that most people forget about when they conjure up the majestic images of travel. For example, ...