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... on the edge.
When the sun came up, I was groggy. I got to work breaking camp as Jessica labored in making pancakes and washing dishes without a sink. I had time to clean up the van a little bit too.
Soon we were off continuing where we left off yesterday on the Avenue if Giants, the giants being the Towering redwoods. Not far from camp we pulled ofer to show Andrew the thousands of rings on a fallen and cut stump. The stump was laying on its side, ...
... suite. It was so quaint!! Reminded me of a place from the 50's. Clean and neat, though dated,we considered it a find. We walked for miles along the beach taking way too many pictures. It is one of those places you don't plan on that stays in your heart forever. Like 'Roxy's Hideaway'. We stayed there almost 40 years ago on the Oregon Coast.... hmmm..... memories!
OK ... so here we ...
... from 10:30 to 1:00. It really makes our work time fly. There was plenty of food in the fridge for us each to make what we wanted. The girls got back and the boss gave us a different task. We unloaded 100 boxes of wine bottles, stacked them on a pallet and quickly rolled them into a temperature-controlled room set at 70 degrees. These bottles would have been thrown away but instead Le Vin got them to use for a, now lower priced rose wine. ...
... very soothing indeed.
I went for a walk around the inn and descended the 130 steps to the beach. It was rocky and gourgeous. I roamed it for a while and and then went back up the steps and sat on the sundeck for a while. I looked out as the sun hit the ocean and it was as though the water was twinkling like stars do.
I decided to go to Vegas to lay some bets (I'm not a strong gambler and this would be proven ...
... which erupted in May 1980 in spectacular and deadly fashion. The power of nature is unbelievable and everything in the path of the lava flow for miles was obliterated. I think about 150 people died and the area is now a National monument site. Parts are a bit eerie as still nothing has grown back almost 30 years later.
I than headed west to the coast of Oregon where I felt I had to visit the imaginatively named seaside resort of Seaside - wonder ...