A Swift Escape
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... of $100 million. Another heard Evan and Darcy discussing it and seemed a bit put out. When I got a chat up to extract information she seemed outraged that someone had told me about the unpaid taxes. She wanted the namer of the recalcitrant docent and I sensed that someone was going to get a dose of the Miss Trunchbull treatment. I feigned ignorance and she let us go, not before telling us what a generous and philanthropic man W. R. Hearst was. It was very grand ...
... stopped at Moonstone Beach as it had a perfect lookout over the beach and rocks to the sea, and by sheer luck we saw whales swimming in the distance! Felt very privileged to see them, and no sooner had they graced us with their presence than they were gone again. Too quick even to sneak a photograph! We sat at the lookout for a while, in the lovely warm sunshine sat on a large tree trunk, watching the sea and looking down to the beach. Finally we drove the last mile or so to our ...
Breakfast turns out to be as great as made up to be. We go "the whole 9 yards" and have Eggs Benedict, scrambled eggs, fruits and loads of their own coffee blend:
An hour or so later we're set to get back on the road - going to be interesting to see how that nice sized car will fit on ...
... of room. Brad was amazing driving out of SF and along Highway 101...stayed on the right side all the way! Speed limits don't seem to matter to locals as they zoomed past us all the way. Thank goodness for the GPS, an essential and worth the $40 fee, not sure where we'd be now without it or without the ear phone connections in the back for both boys...kept them chilled listening to music.
We pulled up to the Monterey Plaza ...
... grey and spotted basking on the rocks in the fog… wish, I could say basking in the sun, but not so much.
Cannery Row was interesting with all its history around the canneries and the Spanish, Japanese, and Filipinos who worked the fisheries and canneries in the area. And, for those of you who may have read or seen the move, Cannery Row, by John Steinbeck, there were signs along the way describing the various ...