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... was in a group with Fran... The ladies only had to do 67 k, be just a tad worse the saltery bay and back . They didn't have to climb back out from the beach while my group did. The fast group had to ride all the way back to CTS depot, so they would have done close to 135k. Fun day. The nutrition tips we got yesterday we helpful, didn't bonk as a couple others in my group did Massage ...
... pebbles in others, Australian beaches far outweigh these ones. That is until Santa Barbara - beautiful light sands, not quite white though. So we arrive at Santa Barbara and we have descriptions of mum and dad's friend Sally, who we have never met or even sighted before, as she is picking us up. 'A tall, thin, red haired lady' is all we got - not even a phone number. Luckily Santa Barbara station isn't all that big, but it did take us some walking around, standing in one spot ...
Today I packed most of my stuff and left Rancho Relaxo in Lompoc to go to Santa Ynez. On the way in Builton Colleen and I met with Courtney, Merritt and Chris' girls Madelyn and Molly for lunch. Courtney, Damon and Merritt live now on a nice Ranch. Merritt showed me immediately her chickens, the goldfish, the cats and of course their dog. We also went to visit daddy's hangar and the neighbor's horse, donkey and ...
The drive up from LA was quiet, uneventful and teasing. I say teasing because it's been the first time since I've been on the PCH and the views are just stunning.
Santa Barbara is quaint, kitschy and certainly even a somewhat squishy poo-poo.
I find a parking spot, grab myself a tea and make my way down to the first of two activities for the day - an architectural walking tour of old Santa Barbara.
This tour ...
... unfortunately we did not visit inside the mission but we read that the Franciscan Father Junipero Serra (Majorcan missionary who was the responsible of the missions around 1770s) is buried under the altar.All missions are active and there is usually a school as part of the grounds. This afternoon we reached Santa Barbara and the part of the town where the mission is, has an amazing ...