Saturday, November 15, 2014
Ag siúl ag timpeall i dTailte na Dearg
Tháinig muid leis chara Leon, Mike, go an picturlann mór chun feicéail "Gone Girl." Bhí tráchta go leor ann. Níl muid ábalta a fháil páirceála ach ar aghaidh anseo, ag an stásiún traenach iontach chomh ina ghrianghraf anseo.
Rinne muid ar súil go dinnéar ar Eureka in aice láimhe. D'ith borgaire glasraí i stil na Iarthiar. D'ol mé seagal beoir áituil ó Ghrúdlann Doíteán.
Chuaigh muid ar cheile triu ar lár. Bhí a fhíos Leo cara eile ann. Cheannaigh muid uachtar reoite dheantas baile as a shiopa beag ar an Bóthar Citris; roghnaigh mé blas an oraiste agus míl.
Ní fhaca mé an baile ag timpeall ansin riomh. Thaitin liom a breathnaigh ar an gealach geal os cionn na crainn pailme. Bhí an lá an-té; bhí an óiche taitneamhach ansuid.
Walking around Redlands
We walked around the center of Redlands. It was evening after we visited Oak Glen. First, Layne, Leo, and I ate at an Indian restaurant for lunch.
We came with Leo's friend Mike, to a theater to see "Gone Girl." There as so much traffic there. We were not able to get parking but in front of the wonderful and old train station in this photo here.
We made a walk to dinner at Eureka nearby. I ate a veggie burger in Western style. I drank a local rye beer from Ritual Brewery.
We went together through downtown. Leo knew another friend there. We bought homemade ice cream from his small shop on Citrus Avenue; I chose orange honey flavor.
I never saw the town around there before. I enjoyed watching the bright moon above the palm trees. The day was very hot there; the night was pleasant out there. (Ghriangraf/Photo)