Bella Capri Inn & Suites
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... constantly remind me that I am technologically inept. They do not even know that I am blogging about our vacation, but I think they will be proud that I even figured out how to do this :) After making list after list, my "things to do" and "things to buy" lists are shrinking each day. On tomorrow's agenda is to head to the mall in search of coral earrings and some type of fancy yet inexpensive jewelry for Formal Night. I also need some travel hair products that I ...
... a tunnel. Evan is now wearing big boy underwear. With Bobby's advice, I did not explain the benefits of going commando, one step at a time. Great to see Scott and Lisa and see what a wonderful life they have with Evan. Time to go around the block. Laurent is cooking a nice mustard and brown sugar coated salmon, a delicious blend of quinoa, raisins, pine nuts and lemon, a heart of palm salad, broccoli, and of course, challah. Alan and Judy had just gotten ...
... the last five days, the Gold Ranch Casino and RV Park as scheduled. We encountered no signs of snow on the eastern, or dry flank of the Sierras. There was no snow to be seen in 5800' high Truckee, a city of 16000 souls. As we approached the "wet" or west side of the mountains a dusting of snow awaited us, but none of it was on the road.
Jil and I have experienced the Sierra Nevada mountains many times in the past. She mostly on ski trips and myself camping. As ...
... farms. Then up over the high Tejon Pass past dams and hundreds of trucks and then down the other side. We turned right at the bottom past a huge 6 Flags park and onto highway 126 towards Ventura. Slow traffic here but finally arrived at Camarillo where the temperature had dropped considerably. Ventured over to the Outlet Stores for a reccy before dinner. Ate wonderful tacos at the local Mexican ...
... the trail which I was going to follow to join two shorter loops into about a 10 miler I knew it was going to be a better hike; proper walking trail up a canyon side and immediately steep and making me work! Lovely views of the hills and ocean soon opened up and stayed with me all the way to the top of Magu peak. At last I bagged a peak. OK it was only about 1200ft but as I started at sea level that was a result and felt like work. Coming off the other ...
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