High Ridge Manor
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... were well presented and provide an excellent explanation of the battle without the triumphalism and mawkishness that sometimes accompanies such places. The battle was, like many others at this stage of the war, run with breathtaking incompetence and visitors could be rightly angered that the senior command was never held to account for such abject failures in planning.
Our pleasant family interlude was, unfortunately, just a preamble to the serious North ...
... of his dad but it was fun and the old ladies got a good laugh.
Whilst very different to Canada the people were extremely friendly and welcoming. Morro bay is mostly retirees a lot who surf. Surfing is the number one topic and swells, winds and size of waves are always part of the conversation.
Its not hard to see why James loves this part of the world so much.
... which was set up in the 1790's to convert the Chumash Indians to Christianity.. earthquakes and Mexican politics changed it over the years but it still stands today as a national treasure and is still used by the monks and common people. We next visited the botanical gardens that only has native plants. I now know where all of ours come from, it felt just like home with granny bonnets and daisies.. we even saw ...
... sent treats and dollar bills (from Gran!) flying! Not surprisingly, the boys dove for the money first and announced they'd much rather have cash than treats any day. Just like their Father!
The boys had a couple games of pool then we headed to Pismo Beach to do some surfing! We tried to book lessons for the boys again but we waited until the last minute and everyone was booked. Instead ...
... car was upgraded,but we turned it down as the trunk would only hold one suitcase..the Chevy Cruz. It held all our luggage. The drive north was easy. However, we wondered when we would see the ocean. We did and our room overlooks the ocean. As I sit here typing, we have the door open and can hear waves crashing. Sorry no picture, can't seem to figure it on the iPad. Dinner was a feed of Mexican. Since we were up at 3 am, I am ready for ...