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... to do for adults and for kids and a particularly good display on Jellyfish. Glad we went. Afterwards we stopped at a Tuesday night street market for fresh produce, dinner and sweets. This is farm country and in spite of the drought the fruit and corn are excellent.
Since our live-aboard dive trip in Australia, Bill has had a little underwater camera envy over the setup that one of the other divers on the boat had (as well as his results). We ...
... crab cakes and fries. Fish and CHIPS were, as usual, on offer. So they can understand that chips can equal fries. Amanda went for a (huge) starter-portion of fried calamari. There was a guy on a bicycle pestering everybody around for change. At one point a fairly respectable youngish man left the diner and was approached for a hand out. He then said 'Hi, we did some time together inside'. A minute or two of chat then goodbye. Strange world. We passed ...
... close up was interesting. A Dugong has a tail like a small whale but with front legs of sorts instead of dorsal fins. Its head and mouth closer resemble that of a walrus. So truly an odd looking specimen indeed. It was an eerie moment on that beach, no one around, wind swirling around us with this weird outer worldly creature sitting in front of us dead! Yet another moment to remember from our travels.
We decided to treat ourselves and stay in a Big 4 Caravan Park and stayed on ...
... of the Moon we drove into Idaho’s beautiful jagged mountains, the well named the Sawtooths. While going over one of the passes it snowed: summer magic. And with the mountain forests began some wonderful primitive camping that we have enjoyed in both Idaho and Oregon; and in the evenings and mornings came silent visitors: mule eared deer.
Near Boise we visited the fabulous ...
As it was time to leave San Francisco we had planned on getting up early to make the most of our last few hours before picking up the hire car. The alarm was set for 6.30am but we were both awake by 6am and ready to go and grab something to eat by 7am. It was the coldest morning by far and the wind was biting. Unfortunately nowhere was open for breakfast that early so we headed on down to Pier 39 to get some pictures of the ...