Sand Rock Farm
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... of writing a second book, building a second kayak, I take regular kayaking, backpacking and cycling trips, grow large amounts of my own food and tend our small farm. Still, I feel a need to apologize for relaxing here, gazing at Molokai. I fill my ears with the restless and soothing water, my eyes with the immense blue sky and changing clouds and my skin with the caress of the afternoon wind. And whisper to myself that it's ...
Super weather here in Monterey, not like the foggy conditions we used to get! Forecast is to stay this way until we leave on Sat for Palm Springs with Bob and Connie. On Wed Dwayne, Bob and I played golf at the Bayonet course in Fort Ord. This used to be an Army base but is now all civilian - a product of the peace dividend after 1989. The course has been renovated and now is as good ...
... resulting in 9 being put onto his card for the hole. Ryan ends up shooting an 88. Players and guest are escorted back to the pro shop for cart return and memento giving. Ryan ensured he took a few more just so he got his monies worth. The pair head for a quick drink with John, Keri and Kelly at the Tap bar where shots are already being relived. Cirsty and Ryan leave the others vowing to catch up with them when they are next in town. Ryan cannot stop taking ...
... Mark the pilot, and then Mark took me and Eunice to Palo Alto airport. We decided on Monterey for dinner, and Eunice took the co pilot seat. After doing lots of checks and safety lessons, we set off. The flight there took about 20 minutes and we saw the most AMAZING sunset on the way over! We had fresh seafood dinner at a pier restaurant, and then flew back to Palo Alto. I was co pilot on the ...
After viewing the tennis courts and the Roman Bath, aka indoor pool, we hopped back on the bus down to the Welcome Center to head back to Cambria to pick up our shoppers. By this time it was 2:00 and we were starving. Heidi and Mary Jane had found a quaint little restaurant with a foreign flair (Robins) and we had a wonderful relaxing meal. Also, we were very happy to hear that Chere's surgery went well. Dr. ...