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Heavenly Cruise: Day 3 Ensenada, Mexico 

After a full and very fun day on Catalina Island it was time to get back aboard the beautiful Carnival Cruise ship Inspiration and begin our journey south crossing the U.S. Mexican border, but well off shore before working our […]

Heavenly Cruise: Day 3 Ensenada, Mexico 

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After a full and very fun day on Catalina Island it was time to get back aboard the beautiful Carnival Cruise ship Inspiration and begin our journey south crossing the U.S. Mexican border, but well off shore before working our […]

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Jimmy Gomez supports the Green New Deal and wants to know what you think

Rep Jimmy Gomez (CA-34) sent this email message to his constituents and supporters that he believes are concerned about the future of the planet. I believe climate change is the

Heavenly Catalina cruise, Part 2

As we began our 26-mile journey to not so far off Catalina, California we were treated to a magnificent sunset on the Pacific Ocean. Beyond that spectacular vision there

Catalina by a heavenly cruise

We were rapidly approaching our 35th wedding anniversary —and I wanted to make it very special for my beautiful wife and even for me so I immediately thought, “We

Dear Jim: Letters from the underbelly of society

Lots of fan mail this month. Dear Jim, It seems like more and more states want to do away with daylight savings. It doesn’t seem to make sense to me for

Wildfire breaks out near The Getty

The Los Angeles Emergency Management Department has issued an evacuation notice for the Malibu area. A fire has broken out near the Getty Museum. The Los Angeles Fire Department said

Travel: The must-see destinations of Monument Valley and the real Hollywood

A major benefit in diverse travel is the ability to see many unique sights often rich in history and also the opportunity to meet many fascinating people. Monument Valley,

Moore Random thoughts again

Father of the Bride: In my parents’ day, young men, often still teens, met young women, courted briefly, married, and then went off to war. In my day, we went

Garlock fault moving for first time in centuries

News from the CalTech Seismological Laboratory: the big one is coming. Not from the cinematic fault, although it could be effected, but from a fault many of us have

Rambling thoughts from the middle of the night

Yet another middle of the night spent wide awake with my mind filled with random thoughts. Here are just a few. Impeachment Polls: Even FOX News shows polling numbers that do

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