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After unsuccessfully surprising Marc and Linda on the Saturday morning of November 1st, Marc and I settled into his large great room recliners ready for a full day of college football. Marc and I have know each other for over 20 years, and they treat me like family. I am as comfortable around them, nearly as much as one of there six dogs ( who have a great life!) Probably the best thing about the west coast is the fact that all of the football ...
... need that instant gratification of something to heal them even though it might not necessarily be the right remedy. Not saying American's are lazy, but that at times we can be closed minded to different solutions to our problems. After picking up my buddy from his class we headed south for LA for the Duck/Bruin game tomorrow. On the way we stopped at Pismo Beach and he caught a couple of waves well I tried to just not make a fool of myself. Going to have to ...
... was quick to mention that there are a number of historic reinforced concrete arch bridges. These span these deep creek gullies taking the road across spans of almost 100 m. The road also travels up through a State Park with some quant camping and cabins and lots of coffee opportunities.
On one of the many stops to take in the views there were a couple of dolphins and perhaps a couple of hump-backs. There was a bit of "it’s a ...
... is bumper to bumper for miles and the clutch is screaming for relief. Forty minutes north on route 101, we hit Gilroy (the garlic capitol of the world). Gilroy is where the Spirit and Scout were built. Indian of Gilroy, while it has an active website, is no longer in existence. Oh we'll, I guess we should have called. It's hot! Gilroy is a very pretty city. We settle into an overpriced Motel 6. Not sure the lights are really ...
We rented a kayak and kayaked across Morro Bay. We fought the wind on the way over to the far shore, but it was worth the fight! Upon landing, we walked the dunes and crossed the isthmus to the ocean. Here we found a million sand dollars (too bad that they don't spend), crabs by the pound, sea weed by the bushel and sea birds by the flock. Maria Elena exercised, Bradlito played and I found my center while watching the waves. A very cool ...
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