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... could use, so Doug boarded that and I walked. Entering the cell block, we were given headphones and a hand held device that was clear and guided us through the prison. It was very well done and explained some very interesting facts about the history of Alcatrez as well as what life as a prisoner and a guard was like. Only three prisoners ever escaped from Alcatrez and no one knows if they died in the water or made it to land and disappeared forever to a foreign land. After ...
... there is pretty nice, right on the water. Reminded me of Rye NH. The staff was pretty cool as I explained that I have clubs, but I am on a motorcycle. They said I could demo the new Titlelist clubs at no charge. Nice! Headed to Pebble Beach 17 mile drive to check out he golf mecca and was denied entry based on being on a motorcycle. I was ...
Last night after plugging away at the blog, I rang the Front Desk and asked them for a wake up call at 6am.
Although we were being picked up at 8.15am for our tour, I wanted to spend some time with George and Mary before we left as they would be departing for home today before we arrived back from our tour.
Alas .. no wake up call so I slept in until Doug woke me around ...
... so thrilled about it that I took a nap, and the others went for provisions. We ate dinner at the Jack London Bar and Grill. Jack London was born in San Francisco, and wrote about the bay area in some of his many books. Have a look at this photo of him on Carmel beach http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mary_ Austin,_Jack_London,_George_Sterling,_J immie_Hooper,_restored.jpg
Gosh, now I have another book to read..The Sea Wolf.
... away from us. We were there for a week waiting for a weather window.
This area of the California coast has a pretty good size sea otter population. As we mentioned, we saw many in Moss Landing. We only saw one here and he was in the marina. His picture is just above. He was in the fairways nearly every day. He would just be there on his back evidently napping. The wind would push him down the lane. If he went too far or ...