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... Potter movies on this dinning room. Now that they mentioned it, you could see how it was done.
A trip back down the hill, then a visit to Harvey's Honeypots portaloos and then we were on our way with a memory that will last a life time. Pretty sure Margaret will recall the visit to Harvey's Honeypots well into the future.
Plan's have changed a bit, we are by passing Carmel and going straight to Monetary as the motels are cheaper there. At this ...
... to successfully maneuver Owen's selfie stick for the first time. The occasion was met with much approval and applause.
Our next stop was Nepenthe, a famous restaurant in Big Sur. The restaurant had a long wait, but it gave us plenty of time to walk around, stretch our legs, and explore the gift shop, which was practically made for me. It was hippie-ville. I loved it. Everything was either homemade locally or free-trade from somewhere else. I bought some soap, ...
... great pit stops, including a strawberry stand with the best strawberries we have ever had!
Just after passing Hearst Castle, we spotted signs for a beach filled with Elephant Seals...we had to stop! We have never seen anything like it. The beach was packed with thousands ...
... could use, so Doug boarded that and I walked. Entering the cell block, we were given headphones and a hand held device that was clear and guided us through the prison. It was very well done and explained some very interesting facts about the history of Alcatrez as well as what life as a prisoner and a guard was like. Only three prisoners ever escaped from Alcatrez and no one knows if they died in the water or made it to land and disappeared forever to a foreign land. After ...
Jim's 1983 graduating class (Agricultural Leadership Program) gathered here this weekend - we hadn't seen these folks in 31 years! Nearly everyone (21 of 26 living members) & their spouses attended & it was really fun visiting with everyone again. Considering how common divorce is these days, it's amazing that all these folks are still married just as Jim & I. With one exception, ...