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Nov 10, 2016 - Corona, CA - Nov 5

When we left Camarillo/Pt Mugu we set off for Corona, CA. That was our 1st day of real freeway driving. Tom remembered making the decision in his early 20s that he would never work where there was an hour commute. He lived in the San Fernando Valley and had to drive to Pasadena. They are not fond driving memories. We did have a little traffic backup and much construction but it kept moving and we arrived right on time. Our stop in Corona, CA was for a visit with my mom’s cousin and his wife, Doug and KC - terrain runners. The...

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Jan 22, 2014 - Day 2 - RV Retrieval Mission

To properly set the stage for this next post. I am not the driver of the RV. Robert does all the driving. It isn't that I can't drive a standard pickup, but Robert likes to drive and I would rather not drive a truck with a trailer. So we when lined the RV's up this morning and I sat behind the wheel of my parent's motorhome, it was the very first time I have driven a motorhome. We were about to set out on a journey of over 1300 miles. To say that I was nervous is an understatement. It was easier than I thought. The truckers were kind to...

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Apr 23, 2010 - April 23 – 27, 2010

April 23 – 27, 2010 We have brought rain and 50 degree weather with us to Corona. As the week goes by the weather warms into the 80’s. Bob and Rob have fun with a variety of projects, the best and largest of which is finishing an entertainment center for the family room. Vicki and I do some girlie things and just enjoy each others company. We all go for a massage on Sunday before we get ready to leave for the river.

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Jul 2, 2008 - Wednesday - Moving Day

We spent Monday and Tuesday with Miles and Claire Johnson. Two great days of Golf at their club, Trilogy at Glen Ivy. Two great evenings of visiting and eating (!!!) what great hosts. Wednesday was a major moving day ... Corona to Patterson, CA to meet up with Lisa and her family. Since we had some 360 miles to cover, we made an early start ... and experienced the chaos of commute traffic on I-15 and I210 through San Bernadino and Pasadena. Once out of the metropolitan LA area, traffic eased and the trip was pretty much uneventfull ......

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