Ann and George's Bed & Breakfast
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... Pool is the grand outdoor pool you always see in the photos and brochures. I remember it from when I toured as a child. It was a sparkling jewel on the hillside, surrounded by white Roman columns and completely tiled in white and black marble. Unfortunately, this time the pool was empty and covered in construction tape. I guess it had been leaking thousands of gallons of water each week, and they had drained it while seeking contractor bids to fix/replace the leaky ...
... around and froze, eyes wide, like two rabbits caught in the head lights. They then ran seperately. John taking off up hill on the left and disappearing into the thick brush, and the girl running down hill, and falling a short way, and stuck naked in a pile of bushes. Both of them needed help out of their predicament, and Ben and I ended up giving the girl a lift back to camp as she no longer felt that great, and at that stage, we decided it might be time for bed. ...
... that i'd seen thus far because they looked out onto the ocean and heard the waves crash in the background of their conversation. In going to explore more of the rock and leaving their food out, I could just hear as a swarm of seagulls came rushing in all calling out "mine, Mine, MINE!!) We got to talking and began to spend the rest of the day getting to know one another. We explored more beaches around the area, I took them to Morro Bay Rock where we ate fish and chips together, and ...
... his favourite treats and a piņata! Each of the kids wrote him a letter (Clare's was obviously scribed!) sharing their favourite memories and what they love most about Bruce. We invited Gramps and Gran over for a delicious breakfast and had a leisurely morning just hanging out together. We hung up the piņata and everyone except Gran and Aimee had a swing at it! Bruce's hit was the one that really opened it ...
... the area to go on a wine tasting tour tomorrow. We did this a year and a half ago on our return from our New England Color trip. It was fun then, and we’re looking forward to it again.
Almost at the end. We expect to be pulling into the driveway around mid-day on Thursday. I’m not sure if I remember how to turn the dishwasher ...