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A Dam, a Man and an Owl: 10/10/04

After Ian left to do homework, Sean and I drove over to the Don Castro Regional Park. Actually we found it by accident. It appears to be a nice man made swimming hole in the summer time but right now the swimming hole is drained and the park is closed. I had hoped to take Sean to the nearby play ground but place is being renovated (which it needs) so we can't play there. On our drive back from Don Castro I didn't find any other parks with slides so Sean suggested that we "go see owls and snakes." So we went back to the Sulphur Creek Nature Center.

This weekend I've gotten lots of reading done. I finished reading Peter Sellers: The Mask Behind the Mask, What Should I Do with My Life, Blair's Attic and The Wizard of Pigeons. My favorite among the lot is Blair's Attic which was among those four crates of books I rescued a year ago.

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