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... and Debbie. We look forward to meeting up with you in January sometime. To all our family and friends, thanks for following us on this journey. We hope to see many of you along the way. From here we head for Sonoma for the annual Campbell teachers reunion and then north and east. Our plan is to return the first of November. We would love to hear from you all and let us know if there are places you think we should see along the way. Happy summer. ...
... so real. They were raw and not built up. This was an awesome day.
- Going inside the Grey Cairns of Camster, in particular the smaller round cairn. It was sooo peaceful in there. It felt so good to be completely surrounded by stone, especially in a place that was meant to be very sacred. The energy was so clear and peaceful inside. I could hear the wind blowing while I was in there, but I felt so safe and at peace inside the cairn. If I lived within ...
... on the outside of the building.
We then made our way to Coit Tower, a large building shaped in the form of a firefighters hose, erected by a rich American lady in tribute to the San Francisco Fire Department. She had been saved by the service as a child when she was trapped in a burning building and was a champion of the service forever after. I wanted to go because it had a reportedly good view of the city and also because along the way we could walk ...
... pinpointing a time. Research showed that during that period wet newsprint was placed on the bottom when concrete was poured into a form – it helped with curing. Mystery resolved.
Some stories changed the course of history, others just intrigue the mind; you’ll find more than 25,000 of them in Old City Cemetery, the final resting place of the famous and the infamous; pioneers and ...