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... great day of golf, food, friends, poker, and how could I forget...... enough alcohol to subdue an oversized bull for my departure party. Thanks again, you are the man!
Hopefully god will look out for me on this adventure, but I won't rely solely on him, but more-so my newly refound ginormous cajones ;) We might throw a little wit in there.
This will be the adventure of ...
... comfortable sandals.
#32 Northface Headgehod GTX 3 Hiking Shoes - $80 Ebay used: I researched forever on shoes. I am taking a 500 mile pilgrimage through Spain (Camino de Santiago), and have been worrying about my feet getting blisters. I finally got these gems and put them to the test. They were stiff on the tops until I broke them in for about 15-20 miles. Once broken these things are perfect. They are completely waterproof (shower tested), and still breathable. So happy ...
... Mexican food didn't extend much past the Old De Paso section of my local supermarket, it was mostly lost on me. What I gathered was that it was a fusion that has evolved during the colorful Texan/American/Mexican history. A history which intrigued me no end and highlighted my previous lack of interest in Mexico and Central America. Technically speaking, between the years of 1519 and 1845 the area now known as Texas was claimed by 6 countries. France, Spain, ...
... Avalon harbour (OK, OK, harbor!) .Doug the dog was taken ashore for his constitutional by John, having behaved himself beautifully on his first voyage whilst we got ready for an evening in Avalon whilst listening to Pandora radio – Marilyn and I “bonded” over this – all 60's music, lots of Beach Boys - perfect.
The little ferry between boats in the harbour and the shore was not cheap - $4.75 per person per ...
... cafeteria in the world, seating 1,500 people at one time opens in the Atwater Hotel. (Just shows you how popular a place this was back in the day).
1921 - California's largest diesel-powerred generator fires up in Catalina.
1921 - 1951 - Chicago Cubs (owned by Wrigley) comes to Catalina for Spring Training.
1929 - The Avalon Theatre - the world's first theatre offering sound and silent movies opens.