Point Reyes Schoolhouse Compound
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... in a seriously dilapidated state. Volunteers have made good work of creating colourful gardens in the terraces and bird life has moved onto the island in force. Snowy egrets were nesting and fluffy chicks were popping their heads out of their nests. Further towards the sea there was a large gannet colony nesting - the males had bright blue throats. Huge gulls were ...
... labels to check for sugar as here they put sugar in EVERYTHING - it's very tedious. The quality and variety in the food shops is amazing and we'd forgotten how big everything is here - massive bottles and containers that make ours look like trial size. It's Asparagus season again! We managed to stay up until around 9pm when Nia had to be lifted into bed as she suddenly slumped at the dinner ...
... to the end point. Walked to Union Sq where we looked at some of the stores before meeting Cathy and Libby at the Pickwick Hotel. Had some Happy Hour drinks at the bar next door before catching an Uber cab back to our hotel. Home for everyone to catch up on their digital homework before watching a pay TV movie and an early ...
... a while. Can't blame the our companies trying to make an extra income. Conscious of the waste of photo paper, we just say no thanks now, and think of all those photos we have at home just sitting in a box. Have to do something about that when we get back. The island of Alcatraz was eerie to walk around and learn about the history of this rock. Good tour that included an audio and stories of the lives of the people housed ...
... hit the thick cables you can feel the bridge vibrate under your feet. A lighthouse and another fort across the bridge. After driving along the bridge we decided to gamble and choose a random attraction in the gps that was near by. Ended up in a national park information office. The very keen naturalist directed us to a lighthouse and a military fort. Andrew was quite devastated when he saw a sign saying there was a missile test site there and it was closed to visitors. I'm honestly ...