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Wednesday 26 March
Wednesday saw the start of our first official day of driving down Route 1; We picked up Route 1 at Bodega Bay (Dan bought a Marionberry sorbet – never heard of it, apparently it is a blackberry hybrid invented in Oregon university, controversially moves have been made to make it the states official fruit, but your standard blackberry farmers aren't best pleased about
it… INTERESTING!!), only a few miles west of Santa Rosa; we ...
Saturday, September 14 - Today is the day we get to see Lilly! We left Sacramento and drove by Suisun Bay just northeast of Oakland and San Francisco, CA. This is where many of the Navy ships are left at anchor when they are de-commmissioned. It is called the Suisun Bay Ship Graveyard. Hard to believe these ships can't be used for something because there certainly are a lot of them!
We arrived in ...
... Beach. Dick was asked to buy a hat, so we went to check it out the inventory. So, you’ll see some of the beautiful ocean views you get from the road. And, of course, took a photo of The Lodge at Pebble Beach! At the Kids Shop, there was an ABC book teaching kids their ABC’s using clubs, tees, etc. Cute!
So, OSU vs. Cal, 52 to 27, beginning of 4th quarter.
... especially interesing. This tree is approximately 250 years old and has been featured in many commercials and movies.
After admiring the Pebble Beach area, we headed to Lobos State Natural Reserve, enjoying the "munchies" we took in the car with us. Since this will be our last night :( we are going to go out for dinner, so lunch was skipped today. Of course Bobbie had to supplement her intake along the way - where does all that food go? The weather was getting a ...
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We met up again with our fellow Lamplighter traveler friends later at breakfast. It was a pity to have to leave this relaxed and enjoyable Carmel scene but we had a 6 hr drive to Los Angeles ahead of us. So, we exchanged emails, said our farewells and got away by 9 am. The two Canadian couples seemed keen to ...