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And so the adventure begins. I have a company trip planned next week to go to San Francisco. I decided to arrive on Saturday and use the weekend to explore San Francisco and possibly take a ride down the west coast highway to Monterey California on a tmotorcycle. I reached out to http://www.dubbelju.com/ a highly rated bike rental place and booked a honda shadow 600 for the weekend. It should be noted that I have not had much experience with motorcycles yet. I got ...
... and going to both shabbat services and Mass, we will also be experiencing the culture of modern-day Israel, and all of the unique social, political, and religious forces that are influencing it right now.
Hmm, I thought I was the news commentator in the family. Anyway, I and the rest of my college mates are probably going because at our last reunion, I was sitting between our colleagues, Norm Cohen, a Rabbi, and ...
... Nitro, which was a lot of fun and really got us in the mood to ride. Next up was Batman, which was interesting because when we came back into the station, they experienced "technical difficulties," which caused us to remain seated for about five minutes while they fixed whatever problem was causing the floor not to be able to be raised.
After that, we were getting hungry, and decided to grab some lunch. We were looking for a place that had ...
... not before rolling his eyes one more time.
After getting over the strictness of the officers comment we got our luggage and took a moment to refresh before heading to find a shuttle bus that will take us to Port Authority. We were so tired at this point that the whole thing felt like a mission. On top of that I could tell that Subash was not feeling well, he had a blocked nose and a killer headache. I find with Subash if he gets even a whiff of being sick he crashes very ...
... revolved around some uniquely local business. We saw maple syrup vendors, Vermont Teddy Bear factories, cheese factories, and even a 2-3 acre plot with a fella hawking 'Wildflowers'. This latter got the most animated response from Kamal. She was excited over the site. The kids and I had other ideas. First of all, any monkey could rope off an errant piece of land and declare it a Wildflower plantation. Second, how could this plot be any ...