Motel 6 San Bernardino South
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... now far enough along in mileage that groups are starting to mesh and separate. You lose familiar faces, learn new ones, and then they are gone just as soon. But then you see familiar faces again somewhere else and it's a beautiful reunion. We are set to come into Wrightwood this Sunday morning by hitching. Here's to hoping everyone's not at church at the time, we need a ride! BONUS MATERIAL: As we hiked to McDonald's ...
... some large sections of the vinyl roof off and we had taken in quite a bit of water. The news was not good. Mac has been written off – it would cost way more to repair than it was worth so we now wait for an offer from the insurance
company to agree on the pay out and hope we can make it back to Boston without encountering any rain clouds! Life is certainly never dull!
Back home and we headed for a visit to lay flowers at Grandma ...
... like a small gopher but has a really short tail, a black face, black collar, a prominent black stripe down its back and one more on each side. It comes out of its hole, grabs a mouthful of berries, seeds & gravel then quickly backs into its hole (it never goes in head first). This goes on for about 10 minutes and when it's done, it plugs the hole with dirt (probably to keep snakes out).
There's a bar in the ...
... me to make some arrangements for the imminent landing of The Mothership and the fellas to swim. But this plan was thrown into disarray when a documentary on Cheetahs came on TV and the little fella was instantly enthralled. So the fellas hung around in damp shorts and watched some crazy men frolic with cheetahs.
Soon, we were all out at the pool. The sunset was beyond beautiful. Elwood had his Fireman Sam Figures, Noah had ...
... look to the excitement of what the future now holds, and will continue to reflect on the past adventures such as those I kept in this journal, I can actively see the present come and go as I live each day. LIfe is too short to get caught up in routines. Whether the day holds cruising across a volcanic island, meeting friends in a French cafe, or wrapping up a project in the office, I will take the days as they come. I will be sure not to ...