Saturday, March 12, 2011

From the West Coast

On The Way to California
By Kelly Luquette
Posted: March 13, 2011 at 12:04 AM (CST)

We left Vegas this morning and headed for Fullerton California. We passed by death valley and saw the worlds largest thermometer in a small town called baker.

For lunch we had a catered meal at a white house. It was a place used for wedding ceremonys, proms, and parties. The pasta was amazing and the team had a good time laughing and dancing like always.

We played a double header against cal Fullerton. We won the first game 4-0, and the second 13-4.

I knew we were in Hollywood when a few of the girls were leaning over the seats trying to take pictures of the Hollywood sign. We walked down the "walk of fame" and took pictures of the stars on the ground. There are some very unique people in this area. I stopped in at some side carts and bought shirts and a few things with "Hollywood" on them.

As a team we attended the Ronald Reagan presidential library. It was a very eye opening, educational, and inspirational experience. As we went through the museum we learned about the president and what he had done for the nation. The scenery on the way to the library and view from the museum it self was amazing. A forever seeming land of mountains and water. It was good bonding time for the team as well.

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