Beautiful weather in the San Francisco Bay Area made my extra trip to Berkeley pleasant. Yesterday, I forgot my storage stick at the office and had to retrieve it today since it had what I needed for Monday. The Claremont Hotel sits on the hill above our office and looked whiter than usual in the sun as I parked my car next to the tennis courts. I help Mitchell there two days a week but I can’t remember a time when I was there on a Sunday. The energy was the same yet a bit different, calmer, more relaxed.
While I enjoyed the familiar ambiance, Mitchell visited Buchanan Field in Concord where he explored the WWII historic aircraft on display for the weekend. He took the walk-through tour rather than a flight on a B-17 or B-24 for $450. The Wings of Freedom annual celebration honors the WWII Veterans and goes to 35 states.
I’m interested in what you did wherever you are.
Editor of Written Across the Genres
Author of Hada’s Fog