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A catch up blog so I will keep it shortish.
Ride into San Francisco and stop off at Freds place for a typical American breakfast (which did include at least 4 of my 5 a day portions of fruit and veg, or is it now supposed to be 7 portions?).
Met a novelist called Christina who like many other people were amazed at what we were doing …
... laundry and school work. And, it was free with points.
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... the latino presence is considerable. Cesar Chavez, a migrant worker activist in the 60's and 70's must have been from around here.
While at the grocery store, the RV park caretaker had turned on the sprinklers and some of our stuff got wet. We didn't think of that before we left, then later, they turned them on again while we were sitting here and although it took a few seconds to figure out what was going on, we quickly moved ...
... same areas next year to visit the places of their ancestors’ birth in Poland and South Russia.
We now are planning to do some brainstorming with some people who lead tours to those areas. Since our trips will be about the same time we hope to also meet in Poland or South Russia, or wherever!
It really is fun to do this with a friend with similar interests but also exciting to plan to do something different and visit areas where we’ve not been ...
... many tourists stop at with a row of pick-up trucks out the front and big beefy Americans in cowboy hats sitting at the bar, still they made us feel welcome. I’m glad Mark knows the tipping etiquette as I wouldn’t have a clue. On to the Sequioa National park. We had to change our plans to visit the General Sherman (biggest Sequioa tree in the world) this was due to the fact that the fog in the hills was so bad we couldn’t ...