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  • An industrial city and naval port on the Pacific coast of southern California, just north of the US-Mexico border; pop. 1,223,400. It was founded as a mission in 1769
  • a picturesque city of southern California on San Diego Bay near the Mexican border; site of an important naval base
  • San Diego , named after Saint Didacus (Spanish: Diego de Alcala), is the eighth-largest city in the United States and second-largest city in California, after Los Angeles, with a population of 1,359,132 (Jan 2010) within its administrative limits on a land area of .
  • Union Station in San Diego, California, also known as the Santa Fe Depot, is a train station built by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway to replace the small Victorian-style structure erected in 1887 for the California Southern Railroad Company.
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Bubble Butt the Sea Turtle and the Hidden Harbor Motel
Bubble Butt the Sea Turtle and the Hidden Harbor Motel
A sea turtle rode in an ambulance, drank Gatorade, had a snack of mayonnaise, and swam in a motel pool? Who would believe such nonsense? However, this is the true tale of an injured sea turtle and his amazing recovery at the Marathon Sea Turtle Hospital in Florida. This children's book features advanced vocabulary to improve reading comprehension at an early age.

A sea turtle rode in an ambulance, drank Gatorade, had a snack of mayonnaise, and swam in a motel pool? Who would believe such nonsense? However, this is the true tale of an injured sea turtle and his amazing recovery at the Marathon Sea Turtle Hospital in Florida. This children's book features advanced vocabulary to improve reading comprehension at an early age.

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Oregon Freshman Steve Prefontaine, 392, Des Moines, Iowa, NCAA Championship track meet, June 20, 1970, setting new 3 mile NCAA record of 13:22.0 (the UPI photo caption lists it as 13:22.1)
Oregon Freshman Steve Prefontaine, 392, Des Moines, Iowa, NCAA Championship track meet, June 20, 1970, setting new 3 mile NCAA record of 13:22.0 (the UPI photo caption lists it as 13:22.1)
Oregon freshman Steve Prefontaine, 392, Des Moines, Iowa, NCAA Championships, Saturday, June 20, 1970, setting new 3-mile NCAA meet record of 13:22.0. Pre bested (Washington State) Gerry Lindgren's 1966 record of 13:33.8. The first five finishers all beat the old record in spite of heavy rain. Pre ran the race with an wrapped injured right foot that had been cut the prior Sunday at a motel swimming pool. "Pre was more concerned about the tape wadding up under the ball of his foot than he was about the cut," laughed Associate Coach Bill Dellinger. About his injury, Pre remarked: "I had the foot padded and taped. I haven't looked at it yet. I'm kinda scared to do it. My foot really didn't bother during the race, just during the last 165 yards." "I didn't come back here for a week just to be sitting in a motel room . . . even if it WAS hurting me, I wouldn't tell anybody," Pre grinned. He said the foot didn't bother him until the last 165 yards. Pre said that as far as the race was concerned, he was running only to win, not for a fast time. "I was going to follow for six laps, and then go, but when the pace went 4:32 for the first mile, I knew they were waiting for me to take it, so I did," Pre said. But until the last couple of laps, Pre ran mostly a 70-second pace. He toyed with Garry Bjorklund and Dick Buerkle for the first 11 laps, then sprinted away from them to win. When Villanova's Dick Buerkle passed him with a quarter-mile to go, Pre turned on his sprint and blazed by, never to be threatened the rest of the race. "I'm not going to be a frontrunner all the time," Pre said. "I'm going to keep people guessing. Why take off and outrun them when I can hold on and outsprint them?" "I'm through going out fast [as he has previously]. I know that I'm as fast as all the 5,000 meter men in the world. I have a 3:57 mile behind me. I'm just going to keep them guessing from now on. Nobody will be running away from me this summer like they did last year." Pre. commemting on the way he ran the race: "Why should I take off when I can run an easier race and go out at the end. I wasn't running for time today. I was glad someone else took the pace there for awhile. I knew it would still depend on the last quarter and I knew I was faster on that than the rest." Pre covered the last two laps in 1:59, and burned up the last lap in 55 seconds. The account above adapted from a June 21, 1970 Register-Guard article by Jerry Uhrhammer, snd including other quotes from the NCAA's official complete report of results with quotes from the athletes. Race Results: 1. Pre (Oregon) 13:22.0 -- beats Gerry Lindgren's 1966 record of 13:33.8 2. Garry Bjorklund (Minnesota) 13:25.5 -- ditto 3. Richard Buerkle (Villanova) 13:27.8 -- ditto 4. Don Kardong (Stanford) 13:28.0 -- ditto 5. Greg Fredericks (Penn State) 13:30.0 -- ditto 6. Martin Robb (Providence) 13:39.3 7. Jay Mason (Kansas) 13:41.0 8. Ed Norris (Kent St) 13:43.6 9. Don Rowe (St Johns NY) 13:45.6 10. Bill Scobey (Humboldt St) 13:45.6 11. Gareth Hayes (NCU) 13:48.6 12. Ole Oleson (USC) 13:51.0 13. Doug Scorrar (OH St) 14:05.6 14. Tom Spengler (Harvard) 14:06.0 15. Dave Anderson (Kansas) 14:09.6 16. Jerry Dirkes (St Cloud St) 14:19.6 17. Jeff Lough (Cal St Long Beach) 14:28.2 18. Herman Atkins (WA) 14:51.6 None Finishers: John Stewart (LSU), Charles Windsor (San Diego St) California took the meet 1st place with 40 points. Oregon, Brigham Young, and Kansas tied for second with 35 points. Oregon stood poised to take the lead until Roscoe Divine suffered an Achilles injury during the mile run.
Tagged - Ring-billed Gull
Tagged - Ring-billed Gull
16 things about me 1. I learned and practiced Transcendental Meditation when I was a teen. 2. I was raised in a cat fearing household. 3. I’ve worked in the Psych Unit of the San Diego County Jail. 4. I can’t whistle. 5. I recently gave up sugar and inadvertently lost over 40 pounds. 6. I suffer from headacheless migraines. 7. I once tried to sleepwalk out of a motel in Prescott, AZ. 8. I don’t wear makeup. 9. I enjoy washing dishes. 10. I read true crime books. 11. On vacations, while my family looked for and collected fossils and nice stones, I collected dried cow bones. 12. My favorite movie is “My Life as a Dog”. 13. While working at Sea World one summer, I rappelled down from the sky tower during a safety training. 14. I’ve ridden in a hot air balloon. 15. I get stage fright but I love to sing. 16. I was 9 or 10 when girls were first allowed to wear pants to school. If you read this you may consider yourself tagged(if you like) if you haven't already been tagged. LOL!

motel 8 in san diego
motel 8 in san diego
Night Out: Poems About Hotels, Motels, Restaurants and Bars
An anthology of poetry containing the work of 125 noted American poets evokes the nightspots, hotels, bars, greasy spoons, and similar refuges from the demands of daily life and the feelings, thoughts, and sensations they bring out in us. Original. IP.

Get ready to hang out! This unique anthology of poems takes you to the hot and not-so-hot spots of American nightlife, and what a night out it is! The collection showcases 125 notable contemporary poets, including Raymond Carver, Galway Kinnell, Susan Mitchell, Joy Harjo, and many more. From hamburger hells to heavenly hotels, weary waitresses to blurry bar hounds, Night Out contains the dreams and nightmares of those who find themselves in a very real twilight zone.

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