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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the cliff top and down onto the rocks by the coast. On our way back to the car we saw some curious animals scuttering about the cmpground. Closer investigation revealed that we had found squirels ducking in and out of the holes they were digging, making a real mess of the campground. I found a box of light anywhere matches and cannot wait to trade them in for the kiwi safety matches.
We had lunch today at Bixby Bridge which passes over ...
... sets us up for an inevitable ****** day. The funny thing is...I thought that today would be that first ****** day. The day started waiting for Enterprise Rent-a-Car, whose slogan is, "Pick Enterprise. We'll Pick You Up!"
And so I called them. Their driver called in sick and our phone number doesn't work and the long and short of it was, "take a cab and we'll pay you back". Not bad, but try snagging a cab in San Francisco's Chinatown ...
... stopped at Moonstone Beach as it had a perfect lookout over the beach and rocks to the sea, and by sheer luck we saw whales swimming in the distance! Felt very privileged to see them, and no sooner had they graced us with their presence than they were gone again. Too quick even to sneak a photograph! We sat at the lookout for a while, in the lovely warm sunshine sat on a large tree trunk, watching the sea and looking down to the beach. Finally we drove the last mile or so to our ...
... Orcas. A pod of Dall's Porpoises joined us, surfing across our bow. We spotted an Elephant Seal as it surfaced after a dive, a pretty rare sight out in the ocean. We couldn't find any Orcas, but we'd had a great day out on the ocean. The weather had turned windier and colder as we turned back for home. Coming into Monterey Bay we were joined by a pod of Pacific White-Sided Dolphins feeding in the bay. A great end to wonderful trip. ...
... Thank you, Tricky!”
Within a week, I’m working at The Aerospace Corporation and living in an apartment in Redondo Beach, a mile from Tricky. I ride my bike two miles to work, to save on gas. A month later, Mooch and her boyfriend are my first weekend visitors.
I can’t believe how much money it cost to entertain guests, I think. Not only do I have to pay for gas ...