Monthly Archives: April 2009

Tomorrow

It’s finally here. At 1800 Pacific time tomorrow, we have to be on our freighter. We’ve had a great time on our road trip and time in California and are sad to see it come to a close. Yesterday we … Continue reading

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The Sun is Shining

It is difficult to believe, but I am writing from the stone deck of a private Mexican villa, feet propped up on a brick firepit and silhouetted against the vastness of pure ocean. How did I get here? I wonder … Continue reading

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Surprise

I’m updating this blog while sitting on the beach in Mexico. But I’ll get to that. Yesterday had a fantastic vibe; Brad, Doug, and I sat outside for hours and chat with some beers. We drove to Anaheim last night … Continue reading

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Another Day in Paradise

I am really loving California. Yesterday got off to a pleasant start with a walk down the road to get some coffee. Doug is quite the historian; I got filled in on Signal Hill history on the way. It’s fascinating … Continue reading

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Vegas Bites

Rhys has it spot on when he calls Vegas the polar opposite of the Grand Canyon. The only purity to the city is impurity, a state it has perfected. Some quick bites from Sin City below. Top However-Many Things about … Continue reading

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Vegas Over, but California Awesome

So, it’s been a few days. Our second day in Vegas was pure gambling for the most part. Indi and Nikki enjoyed the Star Trek slots and Brad enjoyed a lot of blackjack. Since I don’t gamble I decided to … Continue reading

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Las Vegas – Day One

Wow. Just wow. I’ve seen Las Vegas on TV and in the movies, but nothing prepares you for it in person. It’s kinda like the polar opposite of the Grand Canyon. We left Flagstaff early yesterday and had a nice … Continue reading

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