Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa
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... 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 ...
... with nothing but the sound of nature. It honestly was heaven. I sat, for a while, and could not believe my eyes.
Even though I had only been here 3 days, it felt like a lifetime. I mean that in a good way.
The area was perfect. Beautiful yet bustling, quiet yet filled with people, and of course, the sun was shining. The frost in the mornings started to melt with the midday sun, and with this, layers of my clothes began to peel off!
... where Mary had spent the afternoon sipping latte's and getting her nails done. Everyone in town knew her already. Surprised?
After the requisite beer to cool down and dry off, we drove over to San Rafael to visit an old colleague of Mary's from Maryland, Jennie, her husband Jonathan and their daughter Aspen. They live in a great house up in the hills with incredible views of ...
... but really it’s very sad to think about the necessity for such a thing. I think I recall hearing that hundreds of people each year jump to their deaths on this very bridge, the idea of it haunted me. There’s a country song, “Moments” that came to mind, telling of a young man that was stopped from doing such by a homeless man in one of his weakest moments. The adversities some face is something we can all relate to, but on our own scales. ...
... The lady in front was not quite in control of her massive SUV (from Idaho!) and I had to give her lots of space. We inched up the 27% gradient to the Stop at the top and then launched ourselves very gingerly down the eight hairpin bends. There is a better picture here. On Youtube you can watch it happen - I like the Poodle driving the Prius - very San Francisco!
Even our journey ...