This is a shot from our vacation In San Diego in 2018, but it seems appropriate for Memorial Day, when we honor our veterans and those slain in far too many wars… Naval Base San Diego is the Pacific Fleet homeport base, comprised of 1600 acres of land and 326 acres of water. It is a massive presence that protects this part of our country and is certainly felt as one gazes at the huge ships and visits a naval cemetery. It makes one long for peace in our conflicted world that much more, even as reality of need of military presence remains.
The city itself is beautiful and we had a wonderful time, photos and descriptions of which I have posted a couple of times.
We are off to our first BBQ with our family in Portland area this afternoon. It is a bit strange and truly wonderful that we can finally share food and talk so much more safely–if still carefully. My grandson is now recovering (in another city) but slowly from Covid-19–it is real, folks, he has been very ill and is grateful to be healing day by day.
See you Wednesday! Be safe out there.
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Feeling for you aver your grandson
Driick, I appreciate that. He is very fatigued, weak-at 15, not easily tolerated now that summer is here, especially. He wand his sister were finally approved for (age-wise) and going to get their vaccinations when he became ill.
Pardon your unusual name spelling!…