Econo Lodge Santa Clara
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... there was a stand next to us that had fried chicharon chips! Wow... did that ever remind me of Colombia!! Oh how I miss chicharon!! There was about four girls who decided to butt in line and got ahead of us. I could tell they were trouble... when they got to the counter and got their hot chocolate, they even tried to run off with the tip jar. How stupidly embarrassing and immature! Oh well. The hot chocolate was huge!! Filled with marshmallows, candy ...
... we remembered from being there. The base housing that we lived in is no longer there but the hangars and work areas are still being used. Darold & Wayne agreed that it's good that NASA is using the base rather than having it idle and empty. We also drove by the chapel that we attended and where Kristin was baptized with Darold and Joan as the sponsors. It was an interesting tour and lots of memories for all of us were made ...
... the trolleys have cup holders attached to them! Also the supermarket had a sushi chef and a sandwich bar.
We had a great time cruising the aisles looking at the crazy food they eat over here! Definately makes me miss home!
After groceries we headed to the local Westfield - it was massive - and everything is so cheap over here! We all got $18 dollar jeans and various other warmer clothes all for under $40.
We had to have a Wetzel Pretzel on our way ...
... new hamburger had emerged as the best hamburger you could ever eat. He bought me two. I ate them like a starving boy.
The ride in his rented Mustang was great. I now wanted a sports car like his. I later bought a 1974 Mustang II, with a white interior and relived the feeling of riding with my father.
1986 I had not heard from my father going on twenty-two years now. My now deceased wife, Diane, knew of all of ...