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  2. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - 1.018 | Comment Read Just a normal couple exploring the world around them - learning something daily. Cities and Towns Visited: Pauma, California Ramona, California San Ysabel, California Warner Springs, California Parks Traveled: None Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  3. Today's Adventure --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  4. Oh please, 86, if you could only see my face; a mix between 'having a stroke and what the hell did I just see', we're lucky to see 86 on a good day! Seriously though, that would suck when planting a plant like that. Did you ever reset the plants?
  5. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - 1.017 | Mount Laguna California (Pedro Fages Trail) Just a normal couple exploring the world around them - learning something daily. Cities and Towns Visited: Pine Valley, California Descanso, California Parks Traveled: Cuyamaca State Park Mount Laguna State Park Laguna Mountains Monument Visited: Pedro Fages Trail, Historical Landmark 858, Historic Monument Inscriptions Found: "On October 29, 1772, Colonel Pedro Fages headed east from San Diego searching for army deserters. It was the first entry by Europeans into Oriflamme Canyon. From there Fages and his men traveled on through Cajon pass, around the Mojave and the central valley, and eventually reached mission San Luis Obispo as a result, he discovered the Colorado Desert and the San Joaquin Valley" Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  6. Today's Adventure --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  7. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - 1.016 | Bombay Beach California Just a normal couple exploring the world around them - learning something daily. Cities and Towns Visited: Bombay, California Parks Traveled: Salton Sea Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  8. Today's Adventure --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  9. Brian Klein

    Cuyamaca Mountains

    The Cuyamaca Mountains, locally the Cuyamacas, are a mountain range of the Peninsular Ranges System, in San Diego County, southern California. The mountain range runs roughly northwest to southeast.

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  10. Brian Klein

    Anza-Borrego Desert

    Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is a California State Park located within the Colorado Desert of southern California, United States. The park takes its name from 18th century Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and Borrego, a Spanish word for sheep.

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  11. Brian Klein

    Salton Sea

    The Salton Sea is a shallow, saline, endorheic rift lake located directly on the San Andreas Fault, predominantly in the U.S. state of California's Imperial and Coachella valleys.

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  12. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - Salton Sea Desert Mystery | Humanastory | 1.015 Just a normal couple exploring the world around them - learning something daily. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Lakeside, California Borrego Springs, California Pine Valley, California Descanso, California Cuyamaca, California Mount Laguna, California Indio, California Salton Sea, California Julian, California Southern Border Wall Ranchita California Parks Traveled: Anza Borrego State Park Cuyamaca Mountain State Park Mount Laguna State Park Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  13. Today's Adventure --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  14. Hello Lisa VanDenBerghe, Welcome to HS Community. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Lisa VanDenBerghe joined on the 06/25/2020. View Member
  15. That is great advice Allison. It is always difficult doing something new to begin with and then on top of that dealing with all the elements of mother nature and not having any control. Never give up for sure. I would like to create a garden. Possibly a garden box inside our patio area. It gets a lot of sun and it will stop the critters from eating the food as we have lots of rabbits here. If you have any starter points that would be great as I haven't tried growing food before but would love to start.
  16. I would love to learn how to crochet. I am an old school learner. I would have to have someone sit with me in person and show me how to do it and then I would practice it myself. I might be able to pull it off by watching youtube -- we shall see.
  17. Mmmm this sounds really yummy. I gotta try this recipe!
  18. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - Title of Adventure | Humanastory | X.XXX Real places by real people who share real adventure. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Lakeside, California Borrego Springs, California Pine Valley, California Descanso, California Cuyamaca, California Mount Laguna, California Parks Traveled: Cuyamaca State Park Mount Laguna State Park Borrego Springs State Park Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  19. Today's Adventure --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  20. Late or not a reply is good to see. Loss is something that lives with us and lasts an eternity, no one, no words can alleviate loss - it's something that we have to live with and learn to cope with every single day. You're right too about the little things that reignite memories and that horrid sense of loss - if anyone has never experienced this, then I would say that they are both lucky and unlucky. Why unlucky? Sometimes things happen for a reason, whatever that may be we may never fully understand or know, to add something to our understanding of life. If we never know the pain of loss we can't help comfort someone else who suffers loss - we never know how another person feels, it is very personal, but we can empathise and understand. As for everyone, or anyone, leading a clean slate life, nah, never going to happen - we all have failings and skeletons in the closet, whether we own up to them or not, no one is perfect; even though some people believe they are lol. Life is a lesson that we never finish learning, but as we grow and endure we do learn and that helps to mould us into whoever we become. Hopefully, that will be a well rounded and well grounded personality that can look back with eyes wide open and understand that perfection is a grace known only unto our creator (whatever name you want to apply) and something that we have to eternally strive for. That may sound religious, far from it - I like to think of it as Spirituality, a path we walk each day looking for and reaching for something just out of reach, but with enough past experience to pass on something of worth to those just starting out. My brother has helped me to understand some of the things I've been denied and what I am searching for - the one thing I have learned is that the most powerful force in the universe is 'love' - never has there been a phrase so immortalised and yet so true in that 'love conquers all'. It's the glue that binds us all together and it is the one thing that can help us gravitate towards a better life. It's often difficult to believe this is a truism when heartache is with you and family have abandoned you. I'm at that time of life when reflection is a constant companion where questions arise as to whether I could have done more or better than I did, but the truth is that whatever we did was the best we could at that moment in time knowing what did at that time and who we believed our selves to be at that time. I hope that one day you and your daughter can rekindle some of the love that has bound you together and the adversity that contributed to your parting of the ways can be put behind you both. We have one chance to walk through this life together, it would be shame for it to be wasted for the sake of bad feelings or words that caused a parting of the ways. I have a sister who my own mother branded 'Satan's daughter' and truthfully, she is the bitch from hell - but I never lose hope that one day she will realise that family matters and blood is most certainly thicker than water. It's difficult to forgive, but when you do it's divine. A bug hug to everyone out there that is going through some kind of adversity and heartache - you're not alone.
  21. lol true you could if you had all those things.
  22. With what has been going on, the desert doesn't seem like such a bad place to me; one can stay cool with Air Conditioning and Fans - with a new car, it is going from AC to AC, one would be cool all year long! Minus the craziness!
  23. Today's Adventure---Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  24. Today's Adventure---Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  25. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - Beauty in Chaos | Humanastory | 1.013 Real places by real people who share real adventure. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: Mast Park Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  26. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - Beautiful Day | Humanastory | 1.012 Real places by real people who share real adventure. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: Mast Park Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
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