Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Wednesday Post

The California Lifestyle, part 2
we sleep in a motel at night and hang around all day.

This is the world's tallest and largest single span suspension bridge.  It was built at a cost of $35,000,000 and crosses the history Golden Gate of San Francisco.  Two main cable towers 746 ft. tall support 36 1/2 inch master cables from which is suspended a 90 ft. wide 6 lane traffic deck and two pedestrian walks, 266 feet above San Francisco Bay.

Hi; Enjoying myself here in sunny Calif.  Being kept busy attending numerous lectures & conferences before our exercise begins.  Plan on going golfing Sat noon.  Called the club and have a tee time assigned.  Love Fran.

One of the interesting shops in the El Paseo is that of W.T. Genns, Studio 20, dealer in old books.

Glendale, Calif.
Entrance to Forest Lawn is guarded by the largest set of wrought iron gates in the world.

Hi.  How is Violet doing and how are her hands?  Is she feeling alright?  Thank you for everything.

Kate and Aubrey Caddington

Harmony Grove Road at Questhaven Road, Escondido, Calif.
One of San Diego County's finest family recreation spots.  Camping -- Horseback Riding -- Hayrides -- Boating -- Fishing

Dear Habeus [?] -- We arrived yesterday 9-4-73 -- after having driven 2500 miles.  God was good to us.  I like the house better than I thought but our furniture still isn't here so we sleep in a motel at night and hang around all day.  Dr. Stump the realtor is so nice.  We are invited to his home for Sabbath dinner & plan to attend church at San Pasquel Academy.  May meet Sandy's cousin Russel there.  Will write letter when I have something to lean on.  Love, Dort.

Railroad and Highway bridge connecting Needes, California and Topock, Arizona.  The graceful span at the right carries gas from the wells of New Mexico to supply the city of San Francisco.

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