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23 January 2001 @ 06:41 am
Good morning!  
It's day two without the cold meds and I am doing good. I would not want to say I am officially over this cold...well, I would LIKE to say it, but I won't. However, I do seem to be out of the woods on this one.

Today is supposed to be not quite as nice as yesterday, but almost as good. Yesterday afternoon we say sun and 52 degrees F.! I missed most of it inside working, but what I saw of it was enjoyable.
 
 
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man_vs_wild on January 23rd, 2001 05:04 am (UTC)
I'm going to try and be cold-med free tonight!
Garygdj on January 23rd, 2001 05:27 am (UTC)
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Let's hear it for freedom!
MJ1485squares on January 23rd, 2001 05:04 am (UTC)
Good morning, Gary!!!!!
So glad to hear that you think that dang-old-nasty cold is about gone!

Maybe the weather man is wrong again. I don't remember him saying yesterday was going to be so beautiful. Today is going to be nice, tho... I can almost feel it.
Hope you have a great day, all the same! Sun out, or sun in.... as long as the heat's on.

sending warm pink {{hugs}}
Garygdj on January 23rd, 2001 05:26 am (UTC)
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I hear you on the heat! Our weather man said he was taken by surprise on yesterday too.
Fezziwig Fandangobandicoot on January 23rd, 2001 11:03 am (UTC)
Glad you're on the downside of that one. It gets old fast.

It was beautiful here yesterday, too. While I was walking I was thinking I should have gone to Big Basin State Park for my favorite 3-hour hike, but it was already too late. Now it'll be raining the rest of the week :(
Garygdj on January 23rd, 2001 11:08 am (UTC)
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Big Basin, is that pretty close to Santa Cruz? I'm sure, but we must have gone there years ago, Mmy memory is a bit foggy. It must have been 40 years or more ago.
Fezziwig Fandangobandicoot on January 23rd, 2001 11:14 am (UTC)
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It's near Boulder Creek. It's gorgeous. The hike I like is 1.5-2hrs in to a beautiful falls, then back along another trail. I like to go in the middle of the day and eat lunch at the falls. There's also a nature museum that has a big table-sized topo of the area and some animal and bird exhibits.
Garygdj on January 23rd, 2001 11:26 am (UTC)
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I'm sure we went there when I was younger, but the falls don't sound familiar. That may be because we didn't do much hiking around. We would usually take a picnic lunch and eat it at a table. I do remember a creek and an old covered bridge that we drove over. I am sure the bridge is closed to auto traffic now.