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... we got it. I was not going to look for anything for myself but there was still a 50% off voucher To be used so I went hunting. 2 dresses, 2 belts, a skirt, pair of shorts and an awesome leather jacket for Chris later we headed to our next stop...the infamous Walmart. There we got all our camping gear and a few bits n pieces. Had some Chinese for lunch, ate a whole very spicy chili with the ...
... in that world again. We dined at the café delicious of course. Luckily space and weight are a factor to get home as I passed through the shop and drooled unable to buy anything. So much fun stuff for the kitchen! It was time to head home as we drove past my old campus, which looks largely unchanged and then wound our way through the hills back to the clan. While we had been away the others had gone for a wander to the local shops to have a look around, there was amazement ...
... wants Gray to be the next Guy Fieri!
Next is Pacific Grove and "home" for us out here. Although unfortunately for my cousins, Sayo and Mel, although fortunately for us, we'll be staying with them for six days! It will be great seeing family and friends. Huh, Gerry? Dick will love seeing everyone and also NOT driving around, although we have a little bit of business and going to see Grant who lives in the SF Bay Area.
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... fire over the years, before finishing the tour and heading back to the car.
We set off a bit later than planned after a very enjoyable couple of hours at the Mariposa Grove for the long drive to Napa. We totted up our final Yosemite tallies:
Deer 20 (including the stag)
Pretend stag 1
The contrast as we came down from Yosemite national park to the concrete, ...
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Campfires made with pine, smoke. They smoke more than hardwood fires, or fires made with a less pitchy conifer, such as redwood, spruce, fir, tamerack, or larch. They smoke even when the wood is bone dry. My aim in a campfire is to get a good coal bed going and to manage the fire so it doesn't smoke much, if at all.
Smoke gets in your eyes. Smoke means soot. The wrong kind of smoke ...