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Today we had a much more leisurely start to the day with some great cereal and fruit for breakfast and some catching up on a little of the Johanson news. Managed to get some well needed washing done. Then off to Sacramento for lunch and the afternoon. We visited the State Capitol, we went inside and used the restrooms and had a bit of a wander as there were a few schools groups coming through. We went outside and found a couple of nice benches in the sun ...
... Truckee Rivers. The English name for Lake Tahoe derives from the mispronunciation of the Washo word "dá’aw," meaning “Lake".
Lt. John C. Frémont was the first person of European descent to see Lake Tahoe, during Fremont's second exploratory expedition on February 14, 1844. John Calhoun Johnson, Sierra explorer and founder of "Johnson's Cutoff" (now U.S. Route 50), was the first white man to see Meeks Bay and from a peak above the lake he named ...
... I had to change plans. Water was turned off till noon. I don't remember praying for patience but the Good Lord must have been answering some burst of anxiety in my past, because he was teaching me how to use the gift he gave me many years ago, because for some reason I didn't let this set-back frustrate me. I moved through the day a little behind schedule but none the less we got everything done, Packed the car in the evening (instead of earlier as planned since there was ...
... Church of the Good Shepherd we went over to see our favorite Deacon, Ken Wedge. The First step on our trip is having our Deacon, join us in Blessing our car for the trip so we would feel safe in God’s hands. Deacon Ken and his wife, corky also prayed over us for our safety too.
Deacon Ken, Corky and their cute little dog Maggie (Mary Magdalene) have become great friends and we will be missing them very much while on this trip. I know ...
... I spent out n California.
I actually knew nothing about the university when I decided to go there. I googled international relations programs and found Pacific. Being an army kid I'm used to moving around and I figured that it would just be four years so why not chance it? Best decision I ever made.
So here's to you, Pacific, for making the person I am today.