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Do You Know the Way: 4/11/04

The three of us spent today driving down and over to East Bay to look at an "as is" home for sale just on the edge of what we can afford. The home was in Hayward and was fine but the street had a serious parking problem. We decided it was too expensive for such an obvious on-going hassle.

We then drove south south west along the eastern edge of civilization down through Union City, Fremont, Milpitas (where we stopped for lunch) and to San Jose before heading up the 101 and homeward (via a grocery store). The trip southward gave us the opportunity to see cities we've thought about moving to and to see if we could imagine ourselves doing the commute.

In the end of the day we decided that San Jose looks the most promising. It would be a longer commute for Ian in total distance but it would be the same amount of time because the Bay Bridge is always so bad for him. My commute would be the same distance as my old UCLA commute but less time because few routes can rival the insanity of the I 10 through Los Angeles.

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