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... tiny little surf museum there. It was nothing that exciting but had a lot of historical paper cuttings of major events, boards of images and facts of how surfing has changed over the generations and best of all some old boards that you probably couldn't even imagine trying to surf on now. Anyway it passed some time! The surf had also got a lot bigger overnight and the waves were huge, well huge for me, 6-8 foot.
We then drove to a place called 'Mystery Spot' which is ...
... shoal which make it seem like it's raining. Food is take away so we drink our classy wine with Taco Bell !! Weather not so good today but still mild enough for shorts etc. This is the best place so far we think, just a lovely atmosphere, amazing wildlife and really tasteful. However, before we get any ideas we saw a house for sale near Carmel for $9m and probably beyond the budget of Taco Bell ...
... out the BART station however I discovered a Westfield shopping centre at the end of Powell … they must have an optometrist in there I thought, so in we went.
We eventually found one right at the top level but it was close “Back in 15 minutes” was written on a Post It Pad. We sat and waited and noted someone else wanted to see the shop. After several minutes a young woman opened up the shop and in we went.
Santa Cruz welcomed us with sun and we are leaving with rain. Sorry Hamsters, we are bringing rain instead of sun home! The internet has been very spotty and so writing on this blog has been difficult. I will try and sum up the past week and add pictures for you.
I think I ended with Pleasanton when last I wrote. The day before we left, we saw my cousin and her husband and our dear friends the Bleekers. It was wonderful catching up with them. My cousin has been ...
... of Carmel although changed by Clint.
The first Europeans to see this land were Spanish mariners led by in 1542. They sailed up the California coast without landing. Another sixty years passed before another Spanish explorer discovered Carmel for Spain and it is now known as Carmel Valley in 1602.
This township is very quaint and the buildings have a charm of their own. Many of the street shops were Art and wine shops with ...