Shadow Mountain Ranch
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... go through security again. The humidity blasts our faces when we exit the Terminal. Did we actually land in Louisiana? Because that's what the air feels like. Thanks to our kids, we skip the giant security line and go through TSA pre-check, much quicker and easier. We don't even have to take off our shoes. We grab a quick bite to eat and a Stone IPA. Oh how we have missed the amazing taste of San Diego beers! Our ...
... 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….
... girl continues to treat us well. An upgrade will be in the future at some point, but there is no big rush right now.
We saw a lot on this trip. We went to four National Parks and one National Recreation Area. I think we all would agree that Lake Powell ended up being the highlight of the trip. We all had a blast out on the water enjoying this magnificent lake. We will certainly come back and spend more time there. Next ...
... and have made a pact to myself not to take even a day for granted!
I'll do my utmost to write regularly with as much flair and style I can muster.
But for now I'll get back to the task at hand, and try not to stress myself into a stupor.
"May every sunrise hold more promise, and every sunset hold more peace."
... for malaria pills and anti-diarrhea medication that I can pick up at the pharmacy tomorrow. I made copies of my passport and credit cards. I have my phone plan placed on pause mode, so I won't be paying for my phone plan again until I reactivate it. I did some personal banking this past weekend. One of the main last things I really need to do is call the number on the back of my credit card and tell the fraud department where ...