Friday, November 30, 2007

Dashing to the snow...

Maybe it will snow on us this weekend. Where - in San Diego County? Sure - up in our mountains, they get snow several times each year.

We are off to Julian (4,000 foot elevation) today for the weekend - about 60 miles away. Julian is a small mountain town with character - apple pies, mines, old-fashioned drugstore, antique stores, small cemetery, leaves turning colors, etc. The fires of the last five years have burned all around it, but not the town itself. We'll stay at a Bed and Breakfast, find neat places to eat, do a little shopping, visit the local casino and bookstore, and celebrate my Angel Linda's birthday.

I have no idea if the B&B has Internet access (I forgot to ask), so Genea-Musings and my other blogs may be dormant until Sunday evening. I'm taking the laptop so if there is access, I may post a time or two. Maybe I'll just work on the Advent Calendar posts that are supposed to start tomorrow.

The latest weather report says that it won't snow - it will only rain hard, and that's probably good for all of Southern California - it will preclude more fires, at least for the next month or so. I was really looking forward to snow.

If you have to satisfy your blog-reading obsession, then please read some of the wonderful posts by my genea-blogging colleagues. Go back and read the posts in my weekly "Best of the Genea-Blogs" series, or revisit the Carnival of Genealogy posts.

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