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Three hours of being beaten by the crashing waves and paddling back out to try again took its toll. I managed to ride one or two waves but a natural surfer is something I am not. Our instructor went out for one last wave and ended busting out a head stand as she came to end of the wave.
We had planned to park back up at the motel and leave the car there for a while. As we pulled up we could see one of ...
... 5k and 10k runners. Yes, this was advertised as 5k run. We did not read the fine print as we were definitely walking. Later, we found there were other walkers, so PHEW!
There were three events: Olympic, Sprint, and 10k/5k. The Olympic events went a total of 31.93 miles and Sprint went a total of 14.65 miles of swimming, running, and biking.
One of our cousins, Chris, ran the 10k with one of his cousins, Kelli. They ...
... on Hwy 17, had breakfast and went to Fry's to get a new computer for Adam. We drove back through the hills. It was a beautiful drive. We had dinner and a quiet evening at the motorhome. Sunday morning, Brian and I went on our own to the Boardwalk and Wharf and did some walking and visited a museum dedicated to the preservation of the Monterey Bay. We met up with ...
... had to dodge something uo to allow her to have a soak. After unpacking just what we needed for the night Jack and I went to get some dinner at a place called the Iron Skillet, it is just the most amazing place with restaurant, gift shop, truck stop, games room, cinema for those weary truck drivers etc, we ordered the best meals and took them back to the room. It worked out the best way it could have under the circumstances.
Lets hope Wendy is feeling better in ...
... headquarters for a nice shopping spree, walk and cupcakes passing by the beautiful Stanford University grounds as well.
Another enjoyable day trip from Fremont involved wine-tasting at nearby Los Gatos in Saratoga where we visited the historic Testarossa winery built by 19th century Jesuit priests. We spent a relaxing Saturday afternoon chilling in the sun sipping wine on the beautiful grounds.