- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... financial situation and getting everything sorted and settled so as to make my transition easier, but all I can think about lately is how I never made the connection that I would be leaving in the Fall. Forget the fact that I start TESOL classes 2 days before my 21st birthday, Autumn is absolutely my favorite season and I only recently realized that I will be missing it along with all the memories intertwined with it.
Watching the leaves melt from ...
... 20 to spend and a map to guide them to a meeting place and everyone else to a marvellous seafood restaurant overlooking the bay recommended by the taxi driver - easily the best meal since we arrived and a magnificent setting. Janice spotted sea otters in the bay as we were leaving so all very happy. Met up with the boys who were playing a hybrid of ...
Dave woke up before sunrise to go fishing and kindly let me continue sleeping. I woke up an hour or two later and saw a few little raindrops hitting the windshield so I figured it would be wise to get up and get everything packed back into the truck. It took me an hour or so and just as I finished, the downpour came and Dave was calling to be picked up at the other end of the lake. After he got in, we found a covered area to cook our breakfast. We ...
What a great day. We enjoyed a Police / CHP escort to the Palo Alto VA Medical Facility. There was a ceremonial send off with some speeches and well wishes from various dignitaries.
The Palo Alto VA is a rather humbling place to visit. This facility houses many seriously wounded soldiers. It is also the "birthplace" of Ride 2 Recovery (R2R). R2R was created by two Palo Alto VA medical staff members and John Worden a former ...
Harlan: (Remember to 'click' on each picture to get an expanded explanation AND larger view of the shot)
UPDATE--EARTHQUAKE!!!!!!!!!!: We have experienced our FIRST (and hopefully LAST) California earthquake. Now, we KNOW we are basically following the San Andres Fault ever since we entered CA and will be continuing along the fault up through the next couple of weeks as we travel north-BUT we had hoped any seismic activity would wait ...