As we turned our back on Cambria we headed east on California highways 46 and 41 through Paso Robles over the coast range that forms the west end of the San Joaquin Valley until we hit I5 then had a long drive to Sacramento.
I had been jonesing for a trip to Cajon Pass in Southern California in order to watch trains going from the desert, over the San Bernardino Mountains into greater Los Angeles. Getting large trains over the pass takes a lot of effort: manageable grades and a LOT of locomotives. It’s the kind of place foamers (what the railroad people call trains fans because we tend to foam at the mouth at the sight of a train) really start drooling.
This past August we got to embark on our dream vacation – an entire week in Hawaii with the family.
Easy-peasy lemon squeezy! Great Buffalo wings on the grill (or in the oven) without the mess of deep frying.
June 21, 2020 I had a great Father’s Day. Carla and I went out for a walk in the morning, I cleaned my messy office, and we had our youngest son and his family over for dinner. Unfortunately, our older son and his wife couldn’t make it as they had been out in public earlier… Continue reading Father’s Day: Cedar Planked Salmon