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... the end of a journey to begin to understand our origins and better understand ourselves. But, maybe, sometimes it does. Maybe it takes a wide angle view from a distance to give us the perspective to better focus on what is important in the foreground.
My friend Ian wrote to me to invite me to tell war stories about my adventure and share . . . oh, I ...
... older and from all over the world. Turkey, Ukraine, Australia, Canada, India, Mexico, China and Southampton. Yes. We met people who had been in the same cess pit of fun that Jane enjoyed through her uni years, Jesters! The night was a bit of a speed dating experience with us sitting with different people at each place. People quickly realised we don't like waste. Why you wouldn't eat a spring roll when it was the first thing put in front of you, ...
... to pick out a place...I was exhausted and not all that hungry for a late night dinner, but it was wonderful starting my adventures with Brady...and boy, did I get the best fortune in my cookie! "Your fondest dream will come true within this year"...and it has!!
Along with my 25,000 steps, I walked 10 miles, so seriously pleased and a few great night shots to round off the day. I couldn't have asked for a more perfect day!
... were even lucky enough to get to ride in it leaving the showgrounds. That evening we all headed out to dinner when who should turn up at the dinner table? The Shark himself.
The next morning we were back in Denver with a plan to meet Cleave again that afternoon. Time enough for a quick drive out to the Red Rock Amphitheatre.
... circled an area called Ghirardelli Square. It was so easy to find and saw that it was just a shopping area. So, I decided to check out Municipal Pier. So nice to see the bay. As I was walking on the pier, I could not believe how people were biking up on Russian Hill. Too much work to me.
I decided to walk along Jefferson to check out Fisherman's Wharf. Far away in the bay, I saw Alcatraz! I remembered learning about the island in Dr. Gonzales' ...