Last week we headed out to sunny California with our family. While there, in addition to vacationing, we visited with our oldest son who is an active member of the United State Air Force. We had not seen him in a year, so it was great to spend time together.
On our trip, we also met our soon-to-be daughter-in-law and found her to be a lovely person. On Thursday, we drove to the Yosemite National Park for site-seeing and a wedding. That’s right–a wedding! We hiked halfway up to Yosemite Falls, and after I caught my breath, I performed the ceremony right there on the mountain. It was a memorable and beautiful setting indeed!
The final day, we traveled back to San Francisco. We loved riding the cable cars and hiking around the Golden Gate bridge area. More than anything, we loved being with family. My perspective concerning California can be summed up in the familiar phrase, “it’s a wonderful place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there.” I guess for me the saying “once a Kentuckian; always a Kentuckian” is true!