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... worse but I told him to keep driving and it started clearing up and then my head started pounding. When we got to the next town I checked in with Dr. GOOGLE and after much research I determined I had an ocular migraine which was really weird because, while I often get mifraine, I don't usually have any vision problems (btw, my migraine is completely gone and my vision is fully restored). As we drove up the 101 we saw a place that had coastal access and tide pools......my head was ...
... of Mistress Shore (normally only mentioned in the play) and she followed him round speaking his lines as he signed and signing everyone else's speeches to him. This made things quite difficult to follow.
At the start of Act II the stage was besieged by owls. They had a nest somewhere - presumably in the roof - and as dusk fell the owlets started screeching for food and the parents began to circle regularly above the stage with beaks ...
We left Reno after a quick oil change and made great time all the way to Oregon. We met up with Brodie and traveled for a couple hours before finding a stop to camp at low altitude before our trip to Crater lake.
We have a beautiful spot, located right on the Rogue River. Amazingly it is in cell range - thus this quick update.
Off to cook hamburgers on the fire - cold beer in hand.
... bridge with a $5.00 toll. Seems a bit excessive to me, given that it was an old bridge. But we paid it and moved on.
Eventually we were on I-5 heading north and the sky cleared and the sun shone brightly. I saw a sign for "Correctional Medical Facility" and I thought, could there really be a hospital dedicated to prison inmates? My research tells me that indeed there is. California has so many aging inmates, that they built this facility to care ...
... earlier. Also a big attraction not far from both is Yosemite National Park, another “Must See” so far as we were concerned.
We ended up our first night out of Salt Lake City at the small border town of Wendover. It actually straddles the state borders of Utah and Nevada and a nowadays somewhat faded white line depicting the border runs across the main street in the town. On the more sanctimonious Utah side there are no casinos and few if any places to ...
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