Bodie House at Wildcat Hill
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... a cool group photo on the boat before saying our goodbyes and heading back to camp. We decided that evening to continue the special by having something special to eat for dinner so went to the fishmongers and got a dozen tiger prawns for me and a nice piece of fish for Tara. That evening I did a lemon garlic butter sauce and we enjoyed a lovely bottle of wine under the stars talking about the day we had experienced. We actually didn't have the best night sleep that night and ...
... than the Mission San Juan Capistrano in South Cal, but this one was more of a working Mission.
Before Mass begun, I spotted an open stall where a few ladies were buying fresh fruit and veg, so I strolled over to see what I fancied. MMM organic strawberries were my choice.
At 11am the Mass in the chapel began with the sound of bells in a steeple.
This must be what the faithful would have heard ...
... the memo and didn't make it back. Tonight we went to a comedy club about a 15 minute walk from our apartment. The comedy was slow to start but I got a free shot for getting engaged. The last act Maureen Langan was really good. Turns out she had done gigs in Edinburgh. She explained a few of her American themed jokes to us as part of the act and she also bought us drinks at the end to congratulate us. After the comedy it was ...
... something I first absorbed as a Saturday TV matinee that filled me with a wonder from which I never awoke. Eric Burden wrote an epic song about it called "Down In Monterey."
Unlike Haight Ashbury, there are no ghostly remnants of Monterey 67, which I find deplorable if not down right rude. Hendrix chopped mountains down with the edge of his hand. Joplin swung the weight of a ball and chain into every syllable she sang. If there be a monument to ...
... Doris Day also owns a bed and breakfast in town but nobody ever sees her.
There is a funny law in Carmel. If you want to wear High Hells in the streets you have to apply for a permit. Some people have sued the council for falling over on the footpaths so they decided rather than having to spend money on upgrading the footpath they would ban high heels
They are very dog friendly in Carmel. Lots of people put them in coats and you ...