San Diego

Next stop was San Diego to visit with my sister Carol and her husband Robert.  They spend the summer at a very nice RV park in Chula Vista, CA, so we spent several days relaxing on their porch enjoying the cool breeze off the water.  One evening was karaoke and DeeAnn wowed the crowd with a few songs – Rocky Top, You Belong to Me and Crazy.  We also had a chance to meet their friends, one of whom has a sister that lives in Provo and recently returned from an LDS Mission in Mozambique.  We will be having dinner with them one evening while we are at the MTC, so that was a very nice plus!  Did a few of the ‘touristy’ things – Pt Loma to see the Cabrillo Monument, Seaport Village, and my favorite drive in all the world – Hwy 163 between downtown San Diego and I-8.  Not sure why I like it so much – since I was a kid it always represented the beauty, coolness (since I grew up in the desert), and serenity of San Diego….still does and did!




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