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... fact that most things were fragile. Dash it all, but I really wanted some beautiful blue pottery that I saw there. I was thinking that I should come back next summer, but with my car. Then I could pack it up to my heart's content.
We headed back to the car to find our car was still in the shade - it was like a day of bonuses - and we headed back to our hotel. Shortly after arriving we received a call from our cousin Marc who wanted to come by ...
Don't leave fig rolls on your bike rack overnight. If you do, expect them to have moved by the morning. Packing up the panniers, we realised our Fig Newtons were missing but Ange was not prepared to accept they had been stolen by the raccoons. "Where's the evidence?" she exclaimed. Looking to her left, the evidence was clear to see - the empty box and a multitude of wrappers... Hope it made them sick. To make up for the lack of snacks, we stopped for brunch ...
... highway and pounded down the Chex Mix pretty quickly. Then I got to the Milky Way bar, which I ate and then felt really gross afterwards. I realized it was just too much sugar for me. Then I proceeded to have an identity crisis...A Milky Way bar was my downfall?! REALLY?! 8 year old me would be ashamed of who I have become. Then I started thinking about kids and sugar. I remember when I was a kid, when my mom and I would get dessert or candy or ...
... viewing from a safer distance.
After a bite to eat we returned to the Madonna Inn ballroom for some Tango and West Coast Swing with the locals. A group meets every Sunday evening and we enjoyed their company and music very much. The Madonna Inn takes its inspiration from nearby Hearst Castle but the budget and taste differ somewhat. The tour is shorter at the Madonna Inn but it is almost as ...
... for a little while, where we passed through Old Spanish mission towns and an abundance of wineries. We were also within 30 mile of James Deans crash site. But on a brighter note we were also in a very renowned (apparently) Pinot Noir region. Mmm yummy! It was becoming hot and thirsty work driving in the Californian sun with the roof down, that when we came across one of the mission towns we pulled off the highway and drove down the main street. It felt like we ...