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... as a PT student. I, of course, rambled on about bike and build for a bit before my 2 best friends from high school, Marissa and Christina, came to say their goodbyes. You'd think I'd be getting really good at goodbyes by this point, but this one was again a toughie. At least they promised they'd come visit me real soon! After they left, I finished up some stuff for financial aid before hitting the sack around 130a, just in time to squeeze in about 4 hours of sleep before it was ...
... had similar old English history felt very different from each other. Asheville was Alpine, beautiful and cold, New Orleans was bursting with music, Nashville was a great party, Alabama was homely, Vegas was just ridiculous, Memphis had Elvis, the blues & black civil rights history. It all came to an end on the sunny beaches of the west coast today. We loved the trip and feel like we understand America a bit better. I hope you enjoyed coming along for the ride.
... a bit and went to recommended Coyote Café where we had margaritas, Mexican food and a serenade by mariachis. After lunch we did a couple of caches, one in a neat cemetery. Some fun gifts and souvenirs where purchased. Back at camp, we visited a bit. Dave & Nancy left to get ready to leave. The Serijan family stayed and Nuby made margaritas. Our final day all together.
July 18th ...
22 January 2013, 1230- Temecula, California
I'm about an hour into this cross-country trek. I caught myself fretting over the events of yesterday. Hence, the decision to pull over.
World adventure is underway.
Side note: Last meal in California: taco and enchilada.
[Note: there was more weird philosophical stuff, but I cut it. This is a personal thing. Who cares what you think anyway?]
... into the park and watched a couple kite surfers in the bay, going at a good clip. Then while we talked to a young man that was fishing on the pier, a seal was swimming around, probably putting an end to successful fishing for awhile.
On Saturday we decided to go to Little Italy in downtown San Diego. This neighbourhood has lots of bakeries and restaurants but we were there for the market. A main street was closed to traffic and booths were lined up on both sides of ...