Americas Best Value Inn Oxnard / Port Hueneme
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Maggie and I were up at 6am, I showered and then we sat at the table and she showed me her little note book. She will be in 1st grade this coming school year. WOW for 6 yrs old she can already write cursive and knows how to add. I am very impressed with her. She is a very polite and sweet little girl. She wanted to watch TV and asked me if I knew how to turn the TV and cable on. I told her I wasn't sure, but I would give it a try. I was successful, and she is ...
We were up and about around 8:30am, took showers and went to a restaurant Angelica recommended, Roxbury. The waitress was a bit touchy when I asked her if the cook knew how to make bacon crispy vs. like beef jerky and she accused me of being negative…. Whoa, I love crispy bacon, and not leather. I wonder what she would have said if I just ordered and sent it back it was not crispy. Breakfast was OK, but expensive.
After breakfast we headed to ...
First of all - sorry, no pictures for this entry.
We left home around 7 o'clock this morning and headed to St. Joan
of Arc's Parish in San Ramon. Arriving in San Ramon earlier than planned we
stopped at McDonald's and had a quick fast food breakfast. Then we headed over
to St. Joan of Arc for an R.C.I.A. Evangelization seminar.
The seminar had some excellent suggestions and information for running an RCIA group. I don't think it was really what ...
After visiting with our friends, Dave and Liz Raymond (formerly from Seal Beach) the RV camp host, it didn't take long to realize there wasn't much to do in Port Hueneme, except play golf on the adjacent course. The weather was nice but very windy!
Part of the base's mission is to train and support the Navy Construction Battalion Company, or "Seabees", who's mission is building ...
... Linda Patterson who we met at the Seal Beach RV park, who now live in Oceanside, California, we departed on our "maiden voyage" on 12 June, heading north to Point Hueneme, California for a stay at the Naval Base Ventura RV campground. We are happy to report that our new F-350 dually performed like a champ, especially descending a 7% grade, approaching Oxnard from Thousand Oaks on Highway 101. It was our first experience with compression braking and that ...