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... you have to hit it straight and if you don’t you are going around the trees because there is no way you can hit over them.
It has been an extremely busy few days! Saturday we will be crossing the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and then heading south to Santa Cruz, California. We will be spending our final eight days here before heading back to Canada! We are going to soak up everything we can which includes some more sun before heading home!
Cathy & Dave
... fender, onto the hood, and from there onto the extra seat. Three others joined her. Since the safari ride was to be approximately three hours long, it was agreed that half-way though, the driver would stop and the children would change places with those originally seated on the more conventional seats. And off we went! We passed giraffes, gazelles, oryxes, other African antelopes, zebras, rhinoceroses, Cape Buffalos, Warthogs and Wildebeests. The animals have as much room ...
... and chocolate pudding and fruit. mmmm, mmm! Sat next to a guy from New Orleans who now lives near San Francisco and was turned onto the plant based diet after he had a heart attack - looked like he was younger than me, the next chap along was from Phoenix and he had shifted to eating that way as he had atherosclerosis - he had gone to a 10 day Mcdougall retreat last August with his wife and was very enthusiastic about it. I was starting to get a bit cool so ...
... there. Signs posted suggested speaking in low voices throughout our visit. This came naturally since entering the Woods felt like entering a Gothic cathedral with redwoods rather than stone columns. We wandered along the prepared paths admiring the ancient trees, enjoying the quiet, and trying to imagine the Northern Hemisphere covered with them 150 million years ...
... escaped our notice when we were planning travelling distances. So we figured we needed to be on the road by 8.30am with some communication with my host family in Napa we were able to organise to arrive around 8pm.
The drive was long and boring, traffic made the drive a bit longer as did our few stops for toilet, food and stretching breaks. I spent my time reading, singing , staring out the window and talking to Dustin. This is due to the fact that my ...