Days Inn Oceanside at the Coast
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Our days at Oceanside are coming to an end. Sunday we pack up and start the long trek home.
I am estimating it will take about six days to make the trip if the weather co-operates. We should be back in Ottawa on or about March 1st.
Oceanside has been good to us. It is a little rough around the edges, a number of homeless people, but that is common in ...
... my eyes at her. She took out a sharp object, like a knife, from her dress. Ew. first of all. She carved in my wall: Get. Out. "Thats what you always say, but maybe we should change it up a bit. Bah Bye Ms.Nightshade. And goodnight." She flickered her snakey tongue and I was sent to a strange island. The sand was red, and houses were everywhere. Everyone wore high heels too. Red 3 inch high, shoes. Even all the men and children. I felt like I was going to ...
Hello from Oceanside Yacht Club,
We came over here to cut the super long trip from Avalon to San Diego in half. We had another great motor over. Lots of sun and flat, calm water. The highlight of the day was a visit from a large group of dolphins. We have seen them pretty regularly down here but today was special. A huge group, maybe twenty or so came right up to the boat and swam along with us in our bow wave.
... the ocean. along with a few events like the Harbor Festival and my favorite, the Sand Castle competition where people were building monster size depictions of favorite imageries as well as movements that the company sponsoring the artists were all about. They were magnificent and really creative! He showed me the naval base and a few other things around town and then we caught a cab back to Clairemont where we ate dinner with my family. We talked ...
... just north of San Diego, so had a rental car to pick up. That involved a bit of a wait, but soon enough we were on our way. Ian loved being back in North America and driving on the right side of the road. I suspect it was one of his less stressful drives from LA to Carlsbad. He sure was happy. We'll be in Carlsbad for two weeks, which should give us time to get over the jet lag and slow down before arriving home. There's not been much time to relax on our vacation so this is most ...