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So I said I wasn't going to write anymore, but since we had such a boring trip home (Dripping with Sarcasm) I figured I do ONE MORE ENTRY!
I get up at 5AM to Wendy screaming and cursing that our flight has been cancelled. She got a text. I look at my email and I got an email that we were rescheduled to a new flight 15 minutes later..no biggy....ya think?
Get to the airport in PLENTY of time, so we go to the United Club and ...
... and every one planted by a volunteer. A volunteer of America. Of course the initial movement waned, and yes the area began to decay along with it. "By the fall of 1967, Haight-Ashbury was nearly abandoned, trashed, and laden with drugs and homeless people," Stan told us. "With the Haight in ruins and most of its residents gone, it was simply unable to operate as a hub for music, poetry and art for some time. But that didn't last. It all ...
... close enough for us to see the pilot. That was a great experience.
We continued driving. We were doing a lot of miles in quick time. A quick check at the fuel gauge indicated that we could do another 80 miles before the tank becomes empty. The next big town was out of the national park and there was no sign of any gas station. After driving about 40 miles we luckily found a gas station but the charges were exorbitant at $6 per gallon more than 33% the cost in Vegas. But ...
Heading to San Francisco today via Old Town and the state capital, Sacramento. Entry to San Francisco was over the Golden Gate Bridge which was shrouded in fog though not a cloud in the sky. Our tour guide explained that the hotter the weather inland, the more fog that forms when the hot air meets the cooler air on the coast. And it really moves - the wind blows strongly and you can see the fog swirling in the wind. ...
Yosemite & Giant Sequoias Tour are a more personal way of visiting Yosemite National Park. Yosemite Tours operate with Minibuses and 15-passenger Vans, and cost $144 (+$10 entrance fee) for adults and $91 (+$10 entrance fee) for children.Yosemite & Giant Sequoias Tour - Tour ...
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