Motel 6 Cameron Park
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... Nevada mountains. Cannibalization occurred on multiple occasions as 20 foot snow drifts forced the party to go for months without supplies. One of the survivors wrote in a note to her cousin that lessons learned from the experience were "never take shortcuts and go as fast as you can." After leaving the visitor center we drove to Donner Lake and up into the mountains to ...
... only we worked someplace else. There’s no way a job could fulfill all of our emotional and financial needs. What we’re really looking for is a way to feel emotionally complete. A job can’t do that. Where we can get that is from a rich, integrated community. What we need is to find our tribe. We need to find our village.
The relative unimportance of things has been on Amanda’s mind quite a bit since ...
... home with a bucket under the sink and fix it there which may mean no valves. I will accept loosing the valves if it means no drips. I am making the spaghetti sauce that cooks all day as Linda is working late today. She said she would have some for breakfast tomorrow (my kind of gal).
David is mapping our route home on Google Earth so he can look at the roads. ...
... a kitten to their family so that would not work so well. Our dogs think cats are chase toys and for some reason the cats disagree.
I have requested the "men" replace the kitchen faucet so that will involve a trip to Home Depot today. More later.
... simpatico. I guess it takes a while to unwrap ourselves from our routine. We performed like a well oiled machine (not!), and left home by 730 (key in Cambodian metal drums, circa 1970). We picked up Bhajee in West Sac, collected shahgun (archaic and prosaic Punjabi tradition) from Majee, my aunt and cousin-in-law (who happens chance is my aunts younger ...
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