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Oct 22, 2016 - 5th Update

October 12, 2016 (Wednesday) thru October 22, 2016 (Saturday) – I don’t intend to bother you with the details, but during our stay in Lincoln, CA with our friend, Jean Beckwith, we did the following: Had dinner with our niece, Jann Nicholls, and her daughters Chelsea and Katie. Also there were Chelsea’s husband, Gabe, and her children, Kai and Gabby. It is quite a coincidence that they living within 30 miles of Jean. Went to the 60th reunion of my fraternity’s founding at the University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA). Had a great time...

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Sep 21, 2013 - Seattle: Hiram Chittenden Locks and Carl English Jr. Gardens

We rode the hop on hop off bus. Most cities have some kind of Hop/On/Hop/Off system for around $40. These usually go to most of the sites tourists want to see and run on a schedule so you can get off where you want and another one will be by to pick you up in a little while. We spent some time at the locks where we watched a large ship coming in and several small boats going out. We also saw the fish ladders which have been created to assist the salmon in their travel. The locks are made on the same design as the Panama Canal. The gardens...

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Jun 6, 2008 - City Surfing

Danica and I headed over to Carmel to walk around and go to the beach. We found a little coffee shop that was also an awesome bakery. We couldn’t resist following our noses from a couple blocks away. They had everything from muffins to homemade ice cream to pies to cream puffs! We both got a cup of coffee and shared a carrot bran muffin while logging in and blogging about our camping trip the night before. We walked around the different shops for about a half an hour before we had to be back at our car. We thought down town Carmel is a lot...

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Sep 14, 2007 - Breaking it in - Sanborn

We took the trailer out for the first time. The campground is very beautiful and the weather was perfect. Backing into the spot was the easy part. Unfortunately we had the wrong connection for our electrical cord and we couldn't figure out how to turn on the water at first. Reduced to flashlights, candles and lanterns we still had a fun time. We took in some of the local Shakespeare at the Park going on in the campground and had some hot chocolate. On Saturday the girls played their soccer games. We slept well and had a good first trip,...

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