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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by dwj - Donnie, Jan 5, 2017.
Maybe! I have no idea!
Howdy Donnie, I haven't read the entire thread but occasional observations from Modesta would be great. It's always enlightening to see my country through the eyes of a person from somewhere else. Enjoying the photos and Spanish translations
I like that idea! If you are a long time follower of mine, you may remember, my late wife wrote an entry each day. Modesta writes Spanish very well!
I spent a month in Cosala, Sinaloa in the late 70's (very small village then). One of the guys I drank beer with there came to the US and I remember his impressions of grocery stores in California. He was amazed at the size, how bright they were, and that there was a whole isle just for dog and cat food. I always remember his impressions when I'm shopping for dog biscuits. Modesta's observations could be equally enlightening
Alright!! BBQ Friday night, then a a day in the cage (car) around S.F!
October 4, 2017
Today we will be touring "Avenue of the Giants"!
Hoy estaremos de gira "Avenida de los Gigantes"!
Modesta's first visit to California!
¡La primera visita de Modesta a California!
There were people surfing out there! The air temperature was in the 60s F and I am sure the water was cold!
Había gente surfing allí! La temperatura del aire era en los años 60 F y estoy seguro de que el agua estaba fría!
Paul Bunyan? I thought he lived in Wisconsin or some where over on that side of the country!
¿Paul Bunyan? ¡Pensé que vivía en Wisconsin o en algún lugar de ese lado del país!
This tree was 603 years old when it come down!
¡Este árbol tenía 603 años cuando bajó!
This restroom is made from the trunk of a giant redwood tree!
¡Este baño está hecho del tronco de un árbol gigante de la secoya!
Washington, Oregon and northern California are all big lumber producers.
Washington, Oregon y el norte de California son grandes productores de madera.
Avenue of the Giants!
Avendia de giagantes!
Another huge tree!
¡Otro árbol enorme!