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The strengths and failings of various car models are often a topic of discussion among my golfing buddies. Thought I would share some of the local selections. I really cannot decide which one I will have shipped home but am leaning towards the baby blue.
... with many different traditions, see Wikipedia for more details. In Mexico a host bakes an oval loaf with a figurine of the baby Jesus hidden inside. Whoever gets the figurine must then host the event the following year. When I was in the grocery store later that day I found this ready made loaf.
Sue took a selfie of our toast to New Years, perhaps a bit more practice needed:)
At 9:00 p.m. we witnessed the dropping of the ball in Times Square, a very civilized time to ring in the New Year and then it was off to bed for me. One of the best New Year's eves I have ever had.
Hope all reading this had an equally great night and we wish everyone a happy and healthy 2015.
Today marked the first day of train travel, and with only a few minor hiccups was generally a wonderful day. Woke in San Luis Obispo and got brunch with Sally in a beautiful spot along the river, took in some street art and then boarded (after waiting half an hour in the station because of a confirmation number mixup) a train that exceeded ...
... before I left on this trip. George at Valley V-Twin promised the light would be blinding. He was right.
As I approach I-10, I get to watch the sun rise in my rear-view mirror. About 10 miles after getting on the interstate, I roll by Quartzsite, Arizona.
Quartzsite calls itself the Rock Capital of the World. Cleveland, Ohio, calls itself the Rock and Roll Capital of the World. Where would you rather be?