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... We went up to Sather Tower and looked down upon the campus. It was one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen. Every side was different from the next and everywhere you turned on that campus ended up being a photo opp. Everything for me is one anyways but this was extra special.
I spent the next day or two with them before taking the trains back to Santa Cruz where my truck was being worked on. The work still hadn't been ...
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We had another nice motor down from Half Moon Bay. (We have typed that sentence more times than we care to count.) The first several hours were even in the sunshine! A rare treat on this trip. We are beginning to see more and more sealife. Dolphins are becoming a regular part of our days. They are very small in size compared to those back home but they make up for it in numbers. Bob and Dee Dee ...
... It was mostly freeway driving all the way to Monterey down the US101. Pretty boring driving for Deb I expect. Our room wasn't ready when we arrived at the hotel so we went down to Cannery Row, which the seafront area where the now defunct sardine canning industry used to be based, but is currently reinventing itself as dining, shopping, and nightlife centre of town. We walked around browsing in some shops (tasted free samples of local infused olive oils ...
... top of one another (see photo). They pile and complain constantly. Their bark sounds like "GET OFF OF ME" "OW, YOU'RE HURTING ME" . These are big, big mammals and yet they all lie on top of each other and make great effort to get there. --and they smell really very fishy and earthy all rolled into one.
In the middle of all this, up popped a loon, yes a loon -- shouldn't it be on the way home like some hillbillies I personally know!! Or is it smart enough to stay ...
... through Cannery Row, watched some kayakers and otters, and then found some baby seals playing 'king of the rock' until a big wave would come and knock them all off and the game would start again (come on, who doesn't like to watch baby animals at play?).
After lunch we hopped on the Pacific Coast Highway, which was much more pleasant this time around. In this stretch, the road wound casually along the coast, supplying beautiful views of the ...
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