Circle Bar B Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... long hill of the tour. Supposedly, according to Professor Profile, the difference between this hill and yesterday's was that this one was just very long (fourteen miles) but not excessively steep. With another 'final hill' selfie taken, we sped down the other side, nudging 40mph at times. At the bottom, we had the pleasure of rejoining the 101 but then the displeasure of seeing the 'strong gusts for 2 miles' sign. Permanent signs like that ...
... I write) we have only eaten fast food once. Paula had made salads and sandwiches to our delight, while sitting on a back seat with a cutting board, chef's knife and a cooler full of healthy food. Paula is the master of making something yummy out of what most people consider paltry supplies.
Therefore, if you ever consider doing a cross-country trek, also consider bringing along a very gifted and flexible chef.
... Even turning the ipad off did not seem to work... Then I realised it was not coming from the ipad at all but from the hotel's alarm clock, which was not even plugged in and I certainly had not programmed it to take part in any games at all. I grabbed it and went to the loo, and eventually got it to stop by plugging it in. Phew. Not a good start to any morning, but it was just about to get even worse, when I started ...
... Turns out he is a Harbor Patrol Officer. Where we come from the Harbor Patrol is a couple of college kids in a small boat who have the coolest summer job imaginable; cruise around in a boat and wave at people.
It turns out the marina has a lot of rules, and penalties, for not following the rules. Number one is don't pump your holding tank overboard because they'll see the dye in the water and bust you. Every morning an army ...
... is much cooler than we are used to although nice and sunny.
The following day Terry and I went to Point Lobos State Reserve which was wonderful. We took several short hikes, through both wooded areas and open cliffs, clambering up and down. Each cove had something different to offer. One cove was full of harp seals, dozens of them, and another had over 200 (so the docent told us) sea lions basking on the rocks a little further out to sea. ...