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... else was stopping outside and so we looked at it too but no Dirty Harry emerged. The drive around was spectacular beaches and amazing houses. We eventually foun ourselves back on Main Street and tied our steed up to a hitching post sought out coffee house and had breakfast of taco and coffee. The rain stopped so we rambled round the streets looking hither and thither ...
... too. We watched the sunset on a beach in Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Playing on the beach with my family was fabulous. And then, we managed to navigate our drive back home to our apartment in downtown SF. Without getting a divorce. Yee haw.
PAUL'S Entry So, never short on words, I thought I would dip into the blog pool and share some thoughts on our trip so far, from my perspective. Every day so far has been amazing!!!...which is ...
... and, as if on cue, we were treated to the awesome site of a breaching humpback whale. It's hard to fathom how they get their massive bodies right out of the water. Not bad for our first sighting.
We followed the ridge around as it heads inland close to shore at Moss Landing which is about 15 miles north of Monterey by road. We saw several whales on the way runs and spotted numerous water spouts on the horizon. At Moss Landing ...
... rocky shore. The city goes on to our east without us. We made it to Santa Cruz and the north end if Monterey Bay and got lunch, bringing it to Natural Arches Beach to share with the hoards of seagulls. Andrew got his wish here. At the beginning of the trip he said he wanted a warm California beach with palm trees. He ran around with a squealing Ana in the rough surf as it smacked the rocks that form this semi circular little beach. Afterward it ...
... months earlier, I’m sharing a 5-bedroom house with Mooch and six other females during my last year at Michigan State University. We all pitch in $7 a week for food, and take turns cooking a meal each evening. On the fridge, we have a chart of our daily chores, which we rotate every week. Mooch is an old fashioned, longhaired brunette, with brown rim glasses, whom I’m not crazy ...