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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 ...
... us after the New Years. The other half have lots of other family members to celebrate with. We will miss them all right but we felt a need for a change.
The 160 miles we traveled went by uneventfully. Traffic was light on those long ribbons of concrete known as freeways. Planning a drive through this area has become a real art form. Time it wrong and one could sit in slow moving traffic for ...
... our birthday with people we love and care about in the states. I remember celebrating our birthday last year in Argentina and that is something I will never forget but it made me appreciate having people to come to at home as well. Not soon after our birthday was it our lovely mother's (yay mama!) She wants to be 60 so bad but only has one more year to go. Next year we are going to have a big shindig for her so keep that in mind :)
After all of our birthdays ...
... visitors (why
does he get to have visitors and are they following the parking rule, “Guests
only”, because parking was really limited. He made sure to remind of the parking rule as well. We had to create a space on the side
of the road. I made sure to ask first.
The hypocrisy is disgusting!).
He did not see anything wrong with how he disrespectfully
handled the swimming pool incident.
... first came into being back in 1917. By 1918 the Airfield contained 12 hangers, six barracks equipped for 150 men each, mess halls, a machine shop, post exchange, hospital, supply depot, an aero repair building, bachelor officer's quarters and a residence for the commanding officer.
Training contiued at March Field until 1921 when budget cuts forced the closer of the base. The base would reopen in 1926 ...