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San Diego Welcome
San Diego, California April 14, 2007 Day 4, We left Gallup at 8:15 under a beautiful clear blue sky, with a temp. of 2 degrees. All of the snow from the night before had disappeared, and with the exception of patches of snow in a few shady spots, it looked as if it never happened. We headed west along Interstate 40 (route 66) where once again the landscape was beautiful. All those ancient rock formations in the desert are a sight to see. After a short refuelling stop (gasoline and coffee) in Winslow, Arizona (made famous by the Eagles song ‘Take it Easy’) we continued west along 40 till we hit Flagstaff where we left the Mother Road and took Interstate 17 south into Phoenix. We stopped there for lunch at a plaza just off of the interstate. I have never seen a public parking lot so full of classic cars. Every other car was a ’48 Ford, ’55 Corvette or a ’57 Chevy, you name it, it was there. Amazing. Then I noticed that the average age of the owners was 102. It was an amusing sight, all these doddering old fogies in really hot cars. (There’s hope for me yet). We left Phoenix going west on Interstate 10, and after about 35 miles, turned south on highway 85 to Gila Bend. It was here that we had the hottest temperature of our trip. It was 33 degrees (93 Fahrenheit), blazing hot after 3 days of near freezing temps and snow. From Gila Bend we went west on Interstate 8 crossing the border into California at Yuma. From there it was plain sailing into San Diego (along the same stretch of road we took on our new years day trip with all of us). When we arrived in San Diego, we had a great reception. Steve, the dude, had the American, Canadian and Frisian flags out to welcome us. (see photo). I’m going to hit the hay, I’m tired as hell.Week 27
I know, I know, my weekly photos haven't exactly been oozing creativity recently, but I promise that that will change once I'm not working 6 days a week. I was going to complain about working so much and how tired I am, but honestly I have nothing to really complain about. I'm gainfully employed, am getting mucho hours, and I like what I do...most of the time. I mean, yeah, maybe I did kind of break the very new and very expensive copier/printer, and maybe I say 'oops' too many times a day. But it's a job, it pays, I like the people I work with, and most of the people that come through the doors are really nice...most. In other news, it's officially summer here in San Diego. I'm pretty sure it hit a million degrees today. I may be a little off. Bright side, thanks to the intense sun, my formally pale legs are getting tan and I can defrost a frozen steak in half the time. Hope everything is well in your part of the world. Oh, and a couple more things: 1) This is the trunk of my mom's car. For some reason I thought it would look cool. 2) I need to get my eyebrows did. (See how I used 'did' instead of 'done'? That's what the cool kids say nowadays.) 3) I'm wearing my high school shirt that I got 3 years ago. It's still one of my favorites. 4) I love Mexican food. 5) I'm pretty sure 'a couple' means two, so this list has more than a couple of things on it.
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