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... fire. “Several people are offering their snacks and drinks to strangers. I’m glad that I brought my sweater, as it’s kind of chilly now. The air smells fresh and clean. The stars are bright and clear. This feels like camping in the sticks of Michigan, without the fear of wild animals.”
We chat with several different people before we go to sleep under the stars. The following morning, the sunrise wakes me up. ...
Managed to avoid the freeways during our drive into LA. To start our sightseeing, we took a drive along Mulhollond Drive which gave us scenic views over both sides of the city. Next we drove along Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. Parked and spent a bit of time walking around the area. Checked out the Stars along the footpaths. At Graumans Chinese Theatre they were setting up the red carpet ...
... more stories and pictures sometime over a cup of Bush Tea. I truly appreciate your generous advice, support, and prayers. I learned a ton and had a wonderful experience traveling and getting a taste of what it's like to practice medicine in the mission field. Thanks! Signing off for now; until next time, ...
Have packing on my brain and so much to do that I woke up at 3:30 am. Too tired to be productive, so I ended up exploring blogging sites for my upcoming travels. After being confused over pros and cons of WordPress and SquareSpace, I found this TravelPod, which should be perfect as it has travel in its name and my travel is what I plan to document.
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5. View from Farm sanctuary entrance looking down Escondido Canyon Road
6. The main courtyard of Farm Sanctuary
7. Interstate 14 snaking north to Palmdale and Lancaster