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... ranch). He was actually in two movies here. Francis Keys was great at growing all sorts of things to use and eat. The ranch is so far away from civilization that it was necessay. Pit toilets, electricity only with a handmade generator. The place was fascinating. Keys did go to jail when he was 64 for five years for shooting a man in self defense and later Early Stanley Gardner proved him innocent but he wanted a ...
... we come away with the desire to follow the teachings of Jesus.
After church we took a little tour of downtown DHS. We looked down into the valley and were treated to a spectacular display of the sun's rays shining through the clouds over Mt. San Jacinto. Yes, God is looking down on us today!
We spent the rest of the day exploring the resort. Our list on things to accomplish today: Find the driving range and golf ...
Now onto classes. I forgot to tell you all what I was taking in August but I am taking American Sign Language 1, Spanish Culture and Civilization(the last class I need to complete my Spanish Minor!), one of my senior capstone classes(CDIS 411) and Exceptional Children(it is a psyc class that focuses on people with different disabilities.) I enjoy my classes a lot. Everything is very interesting to me and I can apply it to my career after college. Also ...
... his office to come over, wagging his finger like he is the principal
of a school and I am a school girl who just got busted. How rude! I ignore him.
He comes to the pool area, points his finger at my family in the pool
and curtly interrogates me about who are the children in the pool. I tell him. He condescendingly tells me, “I wish you asked for
permission. Now you are going to have to disappointment them.” I calmly complied ...
... in 2004 through Public Law 108-454. The memorial was dedicated on September 16, 2005. Vietnam veteran Lewis Lee Millett, Jr., sculpted the bronze statue which depicts an American serviceman on his knees with hands bound by his captors. The statue is surrounded by black marble pillars that evoke imprisonment.
Located just across the Interstate from the cemetery is the March Air Field Museum. The ...