Knights Inn Westminster/Huntington Beach
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... find it?”
“Not yet, but I have hopes that some day a root-eating bug will push it to the surface, or I’ll find it while I’m working in the dirt. In the meantime, I’m enjoying my new similar ring that John replaced it with, and a matching pendant."
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... feeling that won't last for long. But I'll continue to meet random people, via the usual gay channels (Grindr and Scruff) and although it's mainly used in a "Hihowareyouletsshag" kinda way, I use it as a tool to tell the locals that I'm a space cadet and I'm just looking for people to hang out with, grab a drink, have a chat, and maybe even a chance to show off my "sexy" Australian accent like a few have already claimed.
My next stop...
Got up today to take the bus to Santa Monica/Venice Beach. When we got off at Santa Monica we took a walk down the pier before exiting onto the beach. Walked down the beach for about an hour towards Venice beach where we walked back inshore. We ended up eating in Cab Cantina where we shared nachos and a mega margarita. We got the buses back ...
... but can't say I would rush back, very glitz and glam. However cheaper than I had planned and ended up leaving $400 up from the blackjack I was pretty happy with our time but very much looking forward to getting back on the road and even in the tent again!! Checking out and spending a few hours at the hotel in the sun and getting some lunch we then hit the road again for our next destination Lake Mead National Park where we would camp for the night before Hoover Dam and THE ...
... be tough to do any immigration legislation this year.
The definitive statements from the conservatives came as Douglas Elmendorf, the head of the Congressional Budget Office, told a House panel that the comprehensive, Senate-passed immigration bill would have a positive impact on the nation's finances.
The Senate last June passed a bipartisan bill that would tighten border security, provide enforcement measures and offer a path to citizenship ...