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... was focused on show cars and motorcycles.
The weather was AWESOME! Bright blue skies, slight breeze, and warm, but not hot. The streets were lined with both Japanese specialty food stands and American foods sold by private organizations (POs) made up of people from the base. The POs were selling everything from giant turkey legs, hamburgers, ...
Most of the folks on our trip were snowboarders. I always make fun of them because they spend so much time sitting in the snow. Since a boarder straps both feet to the same board, they have no way to really propel themselves when they aren't on a downward slope. Some will hop around, but ...
... base just before 8 a.m. with clear skies and a bit of a nip in the air. Driving towards the mountains you could see the first dusting of snow from earlier in the week.
Before we put the boats in, Ron took us up to the old road overlook so we could see where we would be paddling. I did a ODR Kayak trip last year so not only did I get to see where ...
... 7 July). The festivities run from 1pm until 9pm each day and is located on the road outside the main gate of the base. The local merchants will arc bamboo poles across the street and hang colorful (sometimes lighted) decorations of paper ...
... to having people walking around, some do get rather noisy. ...and others swoop down at you. Most of the Japanese visitors carry umbrellas to keep bird droppings off their heads and clothes. I just tried to stay away from the swarms of birds.
The half marathon followed Route 1 along the Pacific Coast from the port area south. The road is a small 2-lane ...
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