"Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies"
Not completely sure where exactly this goes, but i believe it somehow ties the room together!
I am back to sea level. Quite interesting going thru the elevation changes: left CT at sea level... Went thru the mountains, well around 10,000 feet elevation if not more, and today i rest at Pacific Grove, back again at sea level.
Rollercoaster, anyone? Thinking about it, it has been a rollercoaster in so many different ways. Life is one, so why wouldnt a roadtrip, heh?
Yesterday i was back to the mountains after a week at Burning Man: Lake Tahoe, Emerald Bay. Not sure about statistics, but i'd say it is a modest mountain when compared to Utah/Colorado, but what a wonderful experience! What a surprise! I had never heard of the Emeral Bay area so i was quite thrilled by the ride. I had also a chance to relax by the Tahoe lake, even get minimally wet (IOW, wet feet!) in addition to playing some poker at Harveys!
Although fully rested, i had a late start. Originally i was hoping to make to San Luis Obispo (spell?) by the end of the day but had to (happilly) make a rest stop at Pacific Grove. I am glad to see the Pacific Ocean. It is fog and relatively cold, but it is perfect: i am officially across the continent. I made all the way to California, piling up issues behind and tackling new obstacles. A rollercoaster, as it should me. Actually i need to also mention Livermore, where i stopped for lunch. Lovely little town between Sacramento and San Jose. Hope to stop by again.
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