Inn at Depot Hill
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... is asleep now... She has been in cracking form and is the chief activity planner. I was worried about her yesterday when, within a 90 minute period, she asked "are we on the West or East coast?", "what year was it 2000 years ago?" and, whilst admiring the worlds tallest trees, the Californian redwoods, "have you seen these redwines before?". Her thermoregulatory system has caused her to adjust her 'layers' quite radically about every 4 to 6 minutes. She lost a ...
... the middle of winter and there were hundreds of people there. There were hundreds of surfer's here. One side of Capitola has pretty big waves for the experienced surfer's and one is a big calmer for the learners. The owner of the surfing brand O'Neil has a house within a few miles of here and it literally the only house that is on the water. All the other houses are on the other side of the road. Before leaving to ...
... she attempted a ninety-degree turn to port behind us. She had a very difficult time negotiating the turn. It took several tries and as she struggled around and into the fairway we saw the problem. She was still dragging the crab pot line. Her turn around us swept the line under our boats. Bob, Dee Dee and Rick immediately saw the potential for our keels and rudders to get tangled as well. As we watched helplessly the line passed ...
... BF, Alan, has the perfect RV - a 21 foot fully self-contained PleasureWay - small enough to take anywhere, big enough to have all the comforts of home (well, almost). Lots of storage room and boy are we packing her to the hilt.
This trip will be somewhere between 6 - 8 weeks long we think, we will put around 3000 miles +/- on the engine and our loose plan is to take the coastal route up through Northern California, ...
... about your day pack, try giving it a zip tie to the nearest bench, or your shoe. At least it will give you a warning if someone is trying to swipe it.
Frankly, I love packing. And repacking. Sorting and resorting. Prioritizing and eliminating. With a trip like this I like to play a game with myself where I "must" eliminate one item from my bag. I do this several times until I get to the point where I know I will make myself uncomfortable or unhappy. ...