Aptos Beach Inn - Center for Soul
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... had all the classics; Big dipper, spin ball, log flume, pirate ship, the waltzes. There were the classic stalls with impossible prizes to be won, many tried and failed. We couldn't resist a go. We went on the Ferris wheel, giving us a fantastic view across the park before riding the log flume to get a soaking. After getting quite a splash we dried off on the waltzes, through the pod spinning wildly. After a fun day at the park we headed back to ...
... more than the straight roads of the city.
There were many things to See, including a beach of elephant seals which was really cool, the wildlife out here is hugely different to home, Flocks of Pelicans flying overhead and eagles soaring. It really did live up to expectations. One thing i thought was Big Sur seems a bit over hyped, compared to the rest of the road, although i imagine its great hiking, i passed through before ...
The girls are now on the "peninsula" of the "bay area" checkin' out the old stomping grounds of Raina's wonderful beautiful mom, who is a true "California girl." This phenomenal woman was raised in Palo Alto, California and grew up at just the right time having just the right charisma and beauty, which brought her on the magic bus, ken kesey's 69 acre farm, the greatful dead's height ...
... to go with my coffee and head back to my car (I parked in a 15 minute zone). I go further down the main street and park again so I can go enjoy the gorgeous sea view. I pack up my things, and walk towards the beach.
My feet hit the sand, my sandals come off immediately and I continue along until I find a great spot to lay my towel down. I plant myself on a hill, not quite near the top, not quite near the bottom, just above the midway point. As I enjoy ...
... and the wind still teasing us, we untied the boats. Once again we were disconnected from land. We headed out through the narrow channel. Outside the jetties we hoisted our sails. We only had 15 miles to go to our next stop so we had plenty of time to enjoy a nice lazy sail. We were not disappointed. The wind was blowing 10-15 knots and with all of our sails set both boats moved along at a nice easy pace.
Next stop Moss Landing.
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