Morgan Run Club & Resort
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It was hard work getting up, but the bridal shower was at 9am, so toddled over to join the ladies and see the lovely gifts they had bought for the girl. More food and drinks!
Very glad to go back to the suite to chill out in peace and quiet.I'm afraid a room full of women talking and not terribly quietly, my head ached.
Paul, Matt …
... and we found the map harder to read so we did more doubling back than
at Knotts Berry which had a lovely clear map.
Ben – Pirate Reef (water ride where
we got really wet)
Maria – Miniland (minatures)
Josh – Boat cruise showing minatures
(we did this last)
Hannah – Technic (coaster ride)
Kaitlin – Technic (coaster ride)
We food we shared today was Granny
Smiths apple chips which were served ...
... game since January 6, it felt good even though my score was awful. I enjoyed our day. I hope you enjoy the pictures as the course is stunning.
After golf we all met at the Adams household and enjoyed the sunset. ...
Today we drove from San Diego to John Whitworth's home close to Morro Bay. He doesn't have wifi so I can't publish this yet. We drove on 101 through Malibu. We stopped at Santa Monica pier and ate lunch at the Blue Plate taco restaurant. John lives in the mountains at 2000 feet in Atascadero He has a very comfortable guest room. Tomorrow we go to Hearst castle. This afternoon we went for a tour of Moro Bay ...
... aspect of my personality. As I write these words, it is clear I had many demons to fight. I had developed the same perception of homosexuality as many of my more conservative peers. Being gay meant decorating your home with rainbow flags, watching re-runs of RuPaul’s drag race, and blaring Cher over the record player every time you returned home.
When I thought of marrying another man, it made my stomach turn.
Fast forward to ten years ...