The Scarlet Huntington
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... Skinner raved about it as did Tom when he did it with Ran and Pam Stuart.
Ruth had enormous fall off bike at a curb and has the best bruise and graze to show for it. Got right back on and kept going. Apart from some awkwardness with works on the bridge involving steep steps down and up all went well.
Whooped into Sausolito and got an ice cream. All going well. Then saw mile long queue for the ferries. Token ...
... Japanese dinner and headed home to skype the family. 23rd June, Monday Met Emily and her travel buddy Jess for lunch today in the city! It was so good seeing her. It's amazing how long it has been since I have seen her but felt like nothing had changed when I finally did see her. She's off to Vegas and New York now and meeting us in Calgary! Steph, Allana and I left San Francisco and drove to Napa where we stayed at Walmart quite a change to the 4 1/2 star hotel ...
... seems to have a need for speed and is driving on the wrong side of the road. Apparently both are legal in this country. After taking the ancient elevator up to their floor the couple find a quaint room which has everything in it they need. Just before midnight they head out in search of food and a sneak peek of this new found land. They return shortly after with Doritos and beer and a sense that this may just be an adventure of a life ...
... Transport Tour of San Francisco was almost done. He's a good tour guide - I would recommend him to anyone (anyone who likes to use public transportation in a large city!), and the price was right!
We had agreed to meet Amy B. at a restaurant called Mozzeria for dinner. I wanted to go there because a few friends in Austin recommended it - it is owned by a deaf couple. It was a teeny tiny place on 16th Street. All the employees there are deaf. I met Melody, ...
... br> I’ve tried to pass on the gift of living within your truth and doing what you love as this is whas come to a true value of understanding the last 3 years. Life is not about money, not about the car, not about the looks, but about living and driving within the heart and feeding the
soul with true love, desired passions and swallowing that smile. I've realized here another piece to a puzzle of new thoughts; we all shed a piece of the globe simply by our ...