The big news around here has been the 4th of July celebrations, and we enjoyed two different events this year. The first event was a get together at Ralph Callaway’s house in the Del Cerro area of San Diego. Ralph is quite a cook. He prepared a sumptuous dinner with my favorite Polish sausages.

The second event was at Mary Ann Beyster’s house on Mt. Soledad in La Jolla, where we watched the annual fireworks show over the Cove. They were particularly spectacular this year. I hope all of you had a chance to see the fireworks on the 4th.

Last Friday I couldn’t go out on the boat because my captain Ron Arnold was not available. So instead, Mark Waldschmidt and I drove up to Oceanside and had lunch at the Monterey Bay Canners seafood restaurant. I would have preferred to take the boat to Oceanside, but it was too dangerous to go without our skipper being present.

– Bob


4 Responses to “Celebrating the 4th of July”

  1. 1 Andre V Milteer, M.A.

    Hello Bob,
    I’ve been absent from your blog as of late. 4th of July was pretty nice here @ Fort Hood Texas (Home of the III Armored Corps). Been busy with my professional career adjustment; am embarking upon something RADICALLY different than I’ve been doing past 13 years. I’ve learned from you, AGE is a number…we can continue to produce and create as long as we are serving the Greater Good. Take care, my friend. ~Andre

  2. 2 Karen Totty

    Glad you had a great 4th…Its GREAT to see Mark Waldschmidts name…a wonderful blast from the past. If you see him again soon send my regards if you would.
    Take care!
    Karen

  3. 3 Dr. Beyster

    Karen: Thanks for your post on my blog. I see Mark every week, last week twice. I will let him know you said hello. — Bob

  4. 4 Dr. Beyster

    Andre: Thank you for your note. When you get a chance, please let me know what you’ve been up to lately. — Bob


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