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... We also got to enter through the kitchen area, which is not shown on the normal tour. There were some unique touches here, including rooster-shaped faucets.
The Grand Rooms tour takes you through 5 or 6 of the main rooms of the castle, including the gathering room, dining room, game room, and theater. Everywhere you look, you see opulent architecture and furnishings from various periods and places throughout the world. While it all does come across as somewhat ...
... people fishing off the wharf. We walked to the end of the wharf, searching for sea lions which we could hear barking but only saw a couple swimming under the wharf. We will have to do more hunting tomorrow. From there we drove to Cannery Row, a commercial area with upscale restaurants, hotels, and shops. We browsed through some shops,then found a restaurant with a good menu, and went in for dinner. We were pleased with our choice. We look forward to Day 2 in ...
... at "The Shack" for a great burger and a cold beer (the beer was just for me, not the kids) as a celebration luncheon.
I anticipate that it will be an early night for me. This is about all of the New Year celebration I can stand for one day.
Life is good. Looking forward to many wonderful adventures in 2014. ...
... about 2 months. During this time the males gather on the beach sunning themselves only entering the water to cool off. They do not eat during the time of the molting and often loose hundreds of pounds over this period of time.
So far we have traveled 4,676 miles and I think we have probably reached our half way point as far as distance to travel. We will reach Eugene, ...
... stand and bought the largest, sweetest strawberries I've ever had AS WELL as a box of Queen Anne cherries that you'd swear were coated in sugar.
Today we drove to Paso Robles to visit Lance and Amy Bagwell and see their new home. It was built in 1942, then remodeled with an addition built on. They've already done quite a bit of work and have more plans for both inside and ...