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Once the aircon was fixed for good, we were on our way. Take two! We decided to stop at Carlsbad, just north of San Diego, for the night before entering Mexico. From there we knew it was a quick and easy drive to the border on the freeway. Carlsbad was a great town. We went for a walk down the beach and through the town in the afternoon and enjoyed some local beers at a little bar that night. ...
... Devin stayed in town for a few more days because he had a project he was working on at work, so Brock and I had some more time to spend with him. Our two friends, Jenna and Robbie were going on a vacation for a few day, so they offered for us to stay in their house while they were gone. This worked out wonderfully. We had not spent time in a house by ourselves since we had left Florida after the miscarriage. We spent some time with them before they left ...
... playground around cute and exclusive Balboa island,
again, surrounded by a public footpath.
We again did the almost compulsory
harbour cruise which takes in the sea lions at the harbour entrance, and
drooled at the amazing waterfront homes, starting at around five million.
In Spain you find mechanical bulls to see how long you ...
As we continued north we made it into the Orange County and found ourselves at Laguna Beach. We had researched the Crystal Cove State Park for our next camp spot and luckily they had one area left for us. $12 a night each. We were on a cliff top over looking the ocean, and behind us were rolling canyonlands with lots of hiking tracks. Happy days! Once we had set up, I went for a run/walk through the bottom and up onto the edge of the canyons and checked out the beach. In the morning we ...
... weighs 2 lbs and is about the size of a cantaloupe.
#66 Black Diamond Trekking Poles - Ebay $100: I picked up a really great set of trekking poles because of the 500 mile pilgrimage I'm going on. Some people don't need these. When you read that hiking poles take minimum 30% of ...