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at the other end of the state

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It has been a fast two days down here in San Diego. Most of the time has been filled by the airport wait, the flight, the shuttle ride and the conference. It’s been a learning experience, that’s for sure. I do have to say it’s nice to take my walks along the edge of the San Diego Bay (I’m on Shelter Island.) during sunrise or sunset. And I did have a great dinner last night at the Bali Hai. I had meant to visit this restaurant during my last visit, but never got there. Last night, Dan, a co-worker, and I took the 30-minute (leisurely) walk to the other end of the “island,” and the Bali Hai. The restaurant is centered around a Hawaiian island theme, with windows overlooking the bay. My teriyaki scallops were cooked to perfection and Dan’s salmon Wellington looked great.  Well worth the walk. 

Two more meetings this morning and it’s back to the airport for me…

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2 thoughts on “at the other end of the state

  1. Sounds like you guys had a nice time. Is this a Dan that I know? Dana should be back tomorrow from his cross country adventure with his dad. Can’t wait, long 2 weeks for me.

  2. Yup, that’s Dan B. of Pittburg, Calif.

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