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... about 25 minutes at a time, only surfacing for 2-3 minutes between dives.
They eat squid, fish, ray, crabs, octopus and skate whilst at sea.
As many of them fall prey to the Orca, it is a dangerous time for them in the months they are at sea.
While at sea they are intenslively active and eat all the time, but whilst on land they fast, molt and laze about in the sun.
Sounds pretty good to me.
Seeing so many, in the wild and ...
... guy coming in who is a consultant on the road. Has been traveling for quite some time, works from his camper and loves it. Encouragement!! Amazing how many people I am meeting that are leading that type of life.
What I learned about me -
That I could sit calmly, read, do art and not feel or think I needed to be someplace else. Just be with me and be content with that.
When my personal clouds ...
Supermoon. How could I not see that?
My plan was to continue up the 1 and find an area suitable to witness this phenomenon of the largest moon of 2013, known as the supermoon.
I continue my journey up the twisting PCH, surrounded by the boundless ocean to my right, and the daunting trees that impossibly grow on the slopes of the cascading mountains to my left. I couldn't help but wonder how many accidents were caused by the awe-struck eyes of ...
... to name a few.
The grounds include an amazing pool and Roman bath area and many gorgeous fountains and gardens. There are numerous tours you can do and we only did the basic one, if we'd had more time we would have done more and I highly recommend going and doing at least two of the tours while you're there, it's an amazing place.
After the tour we continued along the coast road and back up to San Francisco. The ...
... this was once Mexico. There was even a raised lectern and various side chapels for the adoration of saints and the Eucharist. The adobe walls were painted to look ornate and the old wooden crucifix was as gory as the Spanish could muster. The floor was the burial place of Spanish governors and priests.
Outside the church, you enter another bigger courtyard which houses the diocese offices, a parochial school, and museum exhibits of the art and artifacts ...