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... tortilla strips. And, Dick had a club sandwich.
For dinner, we all got together along with one of Sayo's sons, Chris with his two daughters, Logan and Drew. Their mom, Michelle, was out hiking in Mendocino County with some girlfriends. She is an avid hiker and originally was going to Yosemite, but the fires near Half Dome changed those plans. Anyway, great dinner at Ichi-Riki, a Monterey Peninsula Japanese restaurant which was a favorite of my parents. Nice to see and ...
... a beer and $3.95 for a cocktail, that will do nicely. Kirsty's first cocktail of the day was an extremely strong mai tai. Their measures must be different here. After a few drinks in here we decided to explore a wee but more of the wharf. We knew we wanted something sweet but couldn't decide what. After finding the sweet shop we noticed they sold candy floss. We couldn't say no. The atmosphere throughout the town was electric. Everybody we passed was wishing us a happy 4th of July, ...
... hot at night is an adjustment for sure but I was willing to make it haha. For the next two days, God answered some little prayers I had throughout the trip using this family as his tools. One of the prayers was to be able to play the guitar on the road traveling and without knowing, they gave me guitar to have as my own. Another one was to be able to take a shower. If you've ever had to go longer than a week without a shower, then you know ...
... at Spanish Bay. I had Ahi Tuna tacos that actually are ahi tuna with soy sauce and wasabi and kale seasoned with moi poi sauce on nori with tortilla strips. Dick had beef stroganoff. Delicious! From there we saw a beautiful sunset.
So, we are here to enjoy the beautiful Monterey Peninsula, and catch up with family and friends.
... the festivities. Zozo couldn't resist a digestive dip with Aunty Lia before hitting the road. Equipped with cold water from arrowhead, we went on our way to Gorda Springs, Big Sur. A beautiful drive along the coast accompanied by low hanging cloud for ambient effect. We road the windy coastal road reminiscent of Portofino at times... Well... aside from the hundreds of elephant seals that lay lazily limp on the beach... ...