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 ...
We awoke to the alarm blaring at 5am Yes, you read that right 5am. Were we crazy? Were we insane? On holidays and up at the crack of dawn??? This early morning rise was to ensure that we made our way to Yosemite National Park. Our shuttle picked us up at 6.30 and took us to the Pier where we would meet the rest of our tour group on the long journey out to Yosemite. It was a four hour journey out to this visual feast for our tour group ...
... and famous !!!!! We got to explore the 17 mile drive before arriving at the famous pebble beach golf course, somehow doubt that we looked like we should be their haha We left monetary to go stay at a crazy campsite on top of what felt like a mountain after taking like a logging road to get their ...
... of a walk down memory lane. Used to visit my grandmother here in Monterey during some of the summers when I was in high school. My aunt owned a kid’s clothing store called Lads and Lassies. My grandmother and I would walk to town, a couple mile walk, some of it on 35 degree inclines, to visit my aunt, and just for the exercise. My grandmother really believed in walking, walking, walking!!! Anyway, my aunt’s store was in two ...
... some terns and other sea birds and one otter.
The boat returned to dock and we all disembarked. Some of us felt like kissing the ground, but instead, we all just returned to the hotel for a nap, some relaxation and...some late-night pizza we ordered in. Yes, it was good. It's amazing how quickly sea sickness is forgotten once you're on dry land!
Long drive tomorrow...all the way to Nevada!