Cass House Inn and Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Continental Breakfast
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... was still a great sunset.
After Tex spilled the salsa he started trying to bury it with his nose. Tex does this with his urine as well. I have never seen a dog try to bury his pee like a cat does, but Tex does – he will take any sand or loose dirt and push it over his scat with his nose.
After getting back to the camper we had elk chops that we had gotten in Jackson WY for dinner along with home fries that Peg cut up. Great ...
... driving today. When turning left we both take a direction to look (eg driver looks left, passenger looks right). When your side is clear you chant 'clear' loudly and clearly. When your chanting lines up with your spouses chanting you're good to go, you floor it and you remember to stay on the right side of the road as you turn left. Just a helpful tip, you may like to use it (patent pending - Prestige Worldwide). Monterey/ Carmel Hearst Castle tomorrow and Big Sur ...
... church. However, if you go through the gift shop, there is a good size museum you can walk through for free. Make a donation if you are inclined to do so.
The most interesting thing in the collection was a black wedding dress. Apparently, Spanish tradition held that if a widow remarried, she must wear a black wedding dress. I had never heard of such a thing and thought it was quite interesting.
Today we spent the morning looking around Monterey seeing as we arrived in the dark last night. We didn't have to check out of the motel till 12 noon so enjoyed wandering along the waterfront from Cannery Row to Old Fisherman's Wharf. We got to see otters out in the bay lying on their backs, floating in the water, and lots of sea lions and pelicans. See attached pics. It was another lovely sunny day so very enjoyable walking along, snapping a few pics now and again. We finished off ...
... of Clint Eastwood, who, until recently, was Mayor here also. Clint Eastwood also owns the Restaurant called the Hogs Breath here, and this was were I was heading. Some of the food here is named after his movies. Carmel was also home to Dr. Seuss, the writer of our favourite children's books. There was a shop showing original drawings of his. Luckily, we found both our destinations quickly. Hilfra and Max went across the street to the Dr Seuss shop while Sam and I went over to the ...