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Travel Blogs from Ben Lomond
... Estuarine Research Reserve. The slough runs about five miles inland and is accessed by going under the very low, Highway 1 bridge. Small tour boats and hundreds of kayaks go up there every day.
Not only was there a lot of life growing on the boats there was plenty of other sealife around us. When we turned left to enter the yacht club marina, immediately to our left was a large floating mat of brown. Upon closer inspection ...
... She also is not dressed head to toe in pink, and doesn't wear a headband with a big flower like the American babies. Emma resolves the situation, hopefully, by choosing the girliest crochet hat she can tolerate. It's purple with a huge flower. She does look cute in it.
It's ice cream time, and we find a frozen yoghurt shop just like the one we loved in Palm Springs. This time we have a creation each. Dylan chooses Vanilla with chocolate ...
In the morning we went for a little hike, there was a choice between an 11 mile hike and a little 2 mile hike and I was the only one who chose the little hike (because my calves still hurt and the 11 mile hike included a massive hill) so I put my earphones in and tried not to get eaten by a bear :) I got back to the van first of course so had an awesome nap while the others struggled with their hike ;) when we got back to camp the campsite owners were ...
... or Bukhara, and touching the ghosts of Genghiz and Timur …… For that, we could pardon them for propagating the image of Mithun Chakravarti ! And even forgive V for longingly missing Windows.
Then they crossed through the Caucasus , through Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and then into Turkey. Marco Polo himself would have dreamt of Constantinople – But no, our adventurous travelers criss crossed Turkey ...
... By slowly walking around the base, alternating by looking up to the top and examining its enormous width, I try to comprehend its size. Every time I do this I am no less amazed than my first visit.
My absolute favorite tree is the Freemont tree and I always pack a flashlight just for this tree (although I recently discovered you can check out flashlights from the visitor center). A small opening, like that of an elfin door in a fairy tale, allows one to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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