James House Santa Barbara
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I left Morro Bay in the morning. First I walked down to the harbor. As you see on the pictures, a lot more seals over there. Logistics worked out well, Isaac drove up from LA and we met at Santa Barbara airport, so he could leave his rental car there. From now on till the last show Isaac will travel with me. Today another showday, now in the Santa Barbara Bowl, a very nice open air venue. The sound was really excellent, Mark was on fire again. Every song was stretched out. Some strange ...
... running it, who tells us we’re just around the corner… Thank goodness!
We see the viewpoint, and we’re proud that we went forth with the hike. It’s beautiful. The colours were gorgeous and water was identical to colours in Australia (which I never thought I would witness anywhere else). So we take lots of photos and decide to head back.
Just when we thought the hike would become easier as we would be ...
... the pier so took Rachael back there on the bikes leaving the kids to chill. We got to the pier entrance and spotted another Pelican , this time dive bombing near the waters edge. I got some great photos. When we got to end this time there were lots of Pelicans. More photos, including some selfies, we then were strangely drawn to a restaurant, so we went in, grabbed a table out on the balcony outside, sat in the evening sun and had Stella's and wine. Very chilled and ...
... what we think are small fish, then amongst the weeds Jess spots a red mouth turtle it is an amazing creature, it's camouflage makes it really hard to spot. Back in the hotel for a swim followed by a Mexican dinner, this dinner is served with really tasty side dish of sweet corn cake, it's so good I ask how it's made, they bash up the sweet corn into a paste, add some margarine, sugar, a dash of vinegar and it's gorgeous......the tell me the recipe, but ...
... because compared to everywhere we have been so far you need to drive. The town was very cute and had lots of bars, restaurants and surf shops. Plus the beach had amazing surfing and an old board walk leading to a pier supported by higgledy piggledy wooden stilts with lots of people fishing from it or just watching the surfers set against the spectacular sunset. We stayed here on the powder sand to watch this beautiful sunset and surf several miles into ...