Casa Via Mar Inn and Tennis Club
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After Angelica and David and Dave got up we discussed what we could do today, but it was a lazy day so we all decided to just relax before we went to the concert tonight.
David and Dave both went to Pablo's house to pick up the tickets for the concert and Angelica and I decided to run to the commissary to pick up some cheese, lunch meat, and cherries for a platter to take with us tonight to munch on.
On our return home we cut everything up ...
... base to go to the commissary, NEX (Base exchange store) and the Seebee Museum.
The Seabee Historical Foundation supports the work of the Seabee Museum which is owned and operated by the Navy. Located at the Seabee base at Port Hueneme, California, the Museum offers a visitor the chance to see the history made by the Seabees and the Civil Engineer Corps.The.
The Navy's Civil Engineer Corps and the Seabees
Created in 1867, the Navy’s ...
... expecting. I thought it would be more about evangelization points to get more people interested in joining an RCIA group. None-the-less I enjoyed it and
got some very good information from it. One of the things I will definitely make sure that we add to our RCIA program at the Church of the Good Shepherd is to have weekly activities that will encourage the catechumens and candidates to Become active members in our church community
At 12:30 PM we got in the ...
... and paving thousands of miles of roadways and airstrips, and a variety of other construction projects. We visited the historic Bard Mansion, on base, former home of the Thomas Bard family, who sold their home and 62 acres of land to the Navy in 1944, which became Naval Base Ventura, Port Hueneme.
After visiting the waterfront and playing a round of golf, we decided to drive north ...
... made all the difference!
We finally arrived at our destination yesterday, where we were greeted by our friends, Dave Raymond and his wife, Liz, from Seal Beach, who are now Camp Hosts here at Port Hueneme. The campground is large and spacious, with nice facilities and is right next to the golf course and newly renovated clubhouse. The most surprising discovery here is learning that this base is sponsoring nearly 200 hundred unaccompanied, ...