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... beaches, it was a perfect place to go to forget your worries and have as much fun as you could. That is how I remembered the Boardwalk and honestly, even after all of these years (with a few small exceptions) nothing has changed. The smells, sights and sounds all were familiar to me. Ible and I had so much fun trying out some of the rides, had some local junk food (apparently you can now stuff chocolate into a Churro!?!), and ...
... the case.
Before this trip began, listening to my family complain about me and sincerely praying about what would make the trip special, during a family meeting before the trip I made a declaration that I would do my best not to be annoying, but promised I would fail at some point and ask for forgiveness quickly and hoped forgiveness would be given quickly also.
This has worked pretty well so far; however, without going ...
... us out to his ranch which is over 5000 acres. They have not had enough rain for several
years, so some of the land is quite dry, but still beautiful with a nice herd
of cattle. We loved the ranch. We had a
relaxing day at the campground on Sunday while we BBQ’d ribs. Thank you Sue and Arron for a great visit!
... a fun event it would be… garlic as an ingredient in anything you can think of to cook.
Just down the road was Rapazzini Winery and their tasting room was still open. Lucky for us, we were the only customers at the time and Adam Pagnagni, the tasting room manager welcomed us. We told him what we liked and that we’d like to also try the Almond Champagne that was listed on the board. Of course, we liked the most expensive ...
... bathing modesty)
1 bathing suit
3 short sleeve shirts
1 light weight cotton long sleeve shirt (sun protection)
1 long sleeve athletic shirt
2 long travel pants that convert to capris
Mozzie head net
Microfiber face towel
Microfiber towel – 16 x 30
Rayon beach sheet/shawl
One bar soap
Hair ties, clips, head bands