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... your camper. The only bit of bad luck on our trip was the blowout in Texas on the Goodyears. It wasn't cheap, but after our upgrade, the tires all stayed consistent on pressures and temps all the way across the Mojave and the tread looks great after about 1000 miles.
Thank you all for following us this last month. It was an awesome trip and we're both sad and happy that it's over.
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Ed, Jess, and Maggie
... for breakfast. I have not had my breakfast delivered to me before, it was quite exciting.
After breakfast we got ready and hopped on the complimentary bus our hotel has to take the long five-minute drive to Universal Studios (if we had known it was quite so close we would have walked). Upon arrive to the park we were surprised to see that there is almost an entire outdoor mall before the entrance. The mall is called Universal City Walk. There are a variety of ...
Morning shift was much easier today. I wonder if that's because of seasickness...kinda rocky today! We had a Spongebob themed afternoon shift and a Pirate themed evening shift. The Pirate Night was so much fun! Lola* and I face-painted eye patches and mustaches on the kids and I read a pirate storybook to them. They got temporary tattoos from Claire* and we played pirate games. We threw gold coins all over the room when they were busy with an activity, ...
... As with all groups there
are the characters, one lady seems to be stuck in the roaring
twenties, she is a huge fan of F. Scott Fitzgerald, and dresses like
his wife Zelda. We did not tell her about our first condo being his
table mates are very interesting people, and conversation is fun. As
to be expected the food is high quality, and interesting. Tom and I
both came down with colds on ...
... found our hotel in downtown LA.... Not Downtown Hollywood as advertised and it was well scary. It was quite a nice hotel, clean, comfy bed, bars on the windows and drugs in the bedside cabinet, you know the sort of place. The following morning we stupidly decided to wander out and get some breakfast and we were warned by a druggie with a clubbed foot to go somewhere else because the Mexicans had F*****d up LA like they had their own country. We went back to the car and moved on ...