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... It was late we were tired, restaurants were closed and then our granddaughter called. She’d tripped on her flowing pants, bent her foot back and now couldn’t put weight on her foot. Of course, we were in and out of service so trying to determine care was difficult.
Once we arrived in Yreka we spoke with our granddaughter by phone. She was settled on the couch with ice on her foot, elevated, and ...
... bag and purse. Again, since seasons were changing I brought both warm and cool weather clothes.
I checked in, checked the bags and went on down to the gate. After sitting and sitting it was announced that the plane was going to be late. Then it was announced that it would be later. Finally the plane came and we flew into LAX. There all flights were delayed, for hours, due to weather. Oh brother, now I was getting into NY later and later. I ...
We did just get home from camping, haven't done anything about repairing the RV floor and yet here we are planning a backpack trip. We will leave next week.
Here are a few of the details: we will hike to Cottonwood Lakes, this is out of Lone Pine in the Inyo National Forest on the east side of the Sierras. There is a cutoff from this trail to Mt. Whitney if that helps. This area is south of Mammoth.
Our middle son Justin worked in this area with the CCC ...
... curve in the road and here stand all these donkeys and cars stopped along the road feeding them! They are not shy at all and are very curious about Auggie. He doesn't know what in the world to think of them as they stick their heads into the cab!
One of the little guys sure likes the Pringles chips that I grab out of the back to feed him! Just after passing the donkeys Ike spotted a ...
... the road, although I was surprised to see the order arrive in the form of a cup and a sachet. I prepared my drink, no tipping necessary, and made my way onto the bus, which was parked on a hill, making it very likely my drink would spill everywhere, fortunately it stayed in its cup and not a drop touched the van’s interior.
On the road back towards Yosemite National Park, this time to drop in on the Horsetail Falls for a photo stop before a longer trip; we ...