If I didn't party so much and weren't such a knucklehead I would have graduated in 98. What brought me out to So Cal. (San Diego) was the Navy. Now I finnally have the maturity and work schedule that allows me to finish a degree (business H.R.). Just so you know I'm not a woman rider...not trying to trick anyone here .
The Grand Canyon, wow that's nice. I've haven't been yet. I figure I can get there within the next 5 years.
Being on the east coast makes it a tad more expensive than if I lived on the west coast.
I did get to go to Los Angeles last July. I loved it there. There is so much to do and see. I went to Beverly hills and saw Rodeo drive. I saw the chinese theater and the HollyWood walk of fame. Ya know, all the common tourist stuff.
I would like to live there, but I't hard to get over the Earthquakes and expensive homes out there.
He led me to a place of safety; He rescued me because He delights in me.
Been busy and haven't been into the internet thing latley. Plus I've been riding...ALOT. Basicaly tring to get better. So far it's working. Anyway, in Cali the earthquakes are few and far between. I've been in S.D. for 7 years (counting the total years out to sea) and have only experienced 3 earthquakes. One of them was so minor I slepted right through it. But you are right about the housing market. That's why I'm thinking of moving to seattle. But it rains there and doesn't rain down here (hence less time to ride).