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Our first stop of the day was the beach in Santa Cruz. We walked up the beach and back, picking up some litter and talking.
Then we drove north to Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, and walked through huge, ancient redwoods. I read aloud to our group from the visitor's trail guide; we stepped inside a hollowed out tree that some explorer had spent the night in a hundred years ago. I learned the ...
... not a beach girl, but I'm all about awe and majesty, and the coast of CA, with the Pacific pounding is very much both. It was a very cool and cloudy day, so getting out of the car literally took my breath away, LOL, but we got some great views.
As I said, I'm not a beach girl, and Santa Cruz was the stereotypical beach, but we walked a bit. I had my only B A D meal of the trip, what was supposed to be a Veggie Taco and was ...
... 8221; which is in a “village area where Pebble Beach owners could shop for groceries and high end goods as well as do their banking … we did banking - a withdrawal !
We didn’t go into the Lodge which is a hotel – Mike thinks the nightly charge is about $400. Someone asked about the cost of a round of golf at Pebble Beach and Mike told us it was $650 for the round !! Wow … you used to be able to play ...
... were bigger
Al Capone, Robert 'Birdman'Stroud, George 'Machine gun' Kelly, Alvin 'Creepy Kravis'Karpavicz, Ellsworth ' Bumpy' Johnson
At the time of writing it is exactly 100 days since I set out from Toronto and, it's still slightly surreal. Over 4200 miles (6759km) travelled with1161 (1868km) of those down the western coast of the USA.
After crossing over 3000 miles (4828km) of Canadian territory I think I had a slightly lackadaisical attitude towards covering just half that distance to cycle the USA from top to bottom.
As a good friend commented, "That will learn me!"