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... In the corner of the square was the most northern missionary Mexican outpost dating from 1823 when Mexico had ruled over the what is now California. After rebelling against the Mexicans, California declared itself an independent republic for 26 days and even had its own flag before being swallowed up by the Union of States. Although Jean & Paul had travelled a long way to see us they were full of energy and we wanted to make sure they enjoyed ...
... walking boot, we decided to call a beach seen a beach visited. We headed south on the Pacific Coast Highway.
This stretch of Highway 1 is the most scenic and the most daunting. You really are wending your way along the edge of the cliffs above the spectacular scenery of the Pacific Ocean breaking white upon the red striped rocks. Anne and I drove Highway 1 up from Los Angeles to almost San Francisco, also our commutes from San Francisco to Half Moon Bay on ...
... thick layer of fog blanketing the top of the GGB. It was really interesting to learn about the numerous microclimates of the Bay Area. Once we arrived to Sausalito, we explored the shops and streets a bit before decided to eat lunch at Bridgeway Cafe. We ate outside facing the water. I ordered the shrimp and avocado sandwich, Matt ordered the Turkey ...
... volcanoes in a line from Washington to California including Mr. Rainier, Mt. St. Helen's, Mt. Hood and near the end of the line, Mt. Shasta. These are such dominating peaks, that you can imagine what people must have thought living in the valleys around them when they suddenly exploded.
Back into farm country and large farms and silos and then the golden hills of California. I always thought ...
... carrying their gear on their bikes (tents, sleeping bags, clothes, etc.)....It was only because Sharon and Julie were supporting the ride that the guys could have made it so far so quickly. The ladies put up with changing hotels every night for 2 weeks, meals in different restaurants every day and a nomadic lifestyle. They did it with good hearts and great cheer. The guys are forever in the gals debt....and they know it! :-)