Southport Inn West Sacramento
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... was great and the kids had a lot of fun playing.
The kids had a go on the bicycle powered merry-go-round. (Except Cam who decided he was too big.)
The kids were keen to have a go on the bounce houses erected, the two older boys had a go on the gauntlet one. Five minutes to go through as many times as they wanted, climbing, sliding and crawling through. By the time their time was up ...
All the kids wanted to do today was swim! It was a bit hotter today so we were happy to oblige.
We finally managed to get the three boys kitted out for the wedding, they are going to look quite dashing if I do say so myself :)
We went to a local park too to meet up with an old friend. Emma used to look after her kids when they were brand new (they are now teenagers, nearly adults!!!) Holly had her dog with her which was a big ...
... so real. They were raw and not built up. This was an awesome day.
- Going inside the Grey Cairns of Camster, in particular the smaller round cairn. It was sooo peaceful in there. It felt so good to be completely surrounded by stone, especially in a place that was meant to be very sacred. The energy was so clear and peaceful inside. I could hear the wind blowing while I was in there, but I felt so safe and at peace inside the cairn. If I lived within ...
... there will be tasty fresh mango for breakfast! :) Today I have busied myself with getting lost on a scooter. It is really hard to tell directions here and streets are mostly not marked. Locals have been kind in showing me where I am on the map and giving directions. I'm at the homestay for another two nights then am going to try and find a quiet part f the island to escape to. I miss you all and love the pics of Baby Katie. Hope all is ...
I grew up on Easter ham. Mother baked it long and slow, brown sugar on the top, fragrant cloves rowed up in diamond-pattern style. Potato salad made with egg, and mustard, pickle relish too. When I became the Mom, I changed the pickles out for celery; it was the 70's, and freshness was in vogue. In recent years of living on my own, I’ve favored eating out; sit back and be catered to, I say.
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