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... blow them over.
The ride today was 58 miles with an altitude gain of 4300 feet. Here's the link to Brian's Garmin for the full picture.
While the guys were huffing and puffing, Julie and Sharon took the time to visit the Botanical Gardens in Fort ...
... The speed limit was 55, but if you wanted to live, you go no more than 25 mph. This stretch of the road took a lot longer than planned. It also made Jessica seasick so we pulled over as soon as we got to sea level, just to relax her belly.
At the bottom, the road continues to twist and turn, but not in the same maddening way. The ocean is always to our right, usually a few hundred feet below us over a cliff. The sea was full of rockstacks and tiny islets. ...
... his side but managed to catch himself just in time, although has scratched up one side of his windscreen. Further on we cycled with a very friendly grey haired man for a bit who was great at motivating us up the hills! About half way into the ride the spring on my brake flung out of it's positioning pushing the brake pad against my tyre. This was more annoying than troublesome and as Antek had cycled off far ahead I had to work out how to fix it on my own so ...
... about his place. I try it and immediately love it. The burgers are certainly greasy but, tasty as can be and the rolls might just be the differnce-maker. A tasty sweet white roll and here's the other big difference. The onion. They use a sweet onion out here which totally eliminates the post "I had an onion" nasty aftertaste that so many non-onion diners despise. I love the I-n-O B but, I'm certain that the plaque on my arteries ...
... like you would expect and I have actually dipped a few toes in the water but had to walk about a mile over sand dunes to do so
Hoping to get to visit some of the California wine country tomorrow and maybe even get a wee taste? So far have tried Canadian wine from the Okanagan valley, Oregon wine from the Willamette valley so now for Californian from any valley.
Glad you are still with me and thanks for all the comments.