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Tried for an early start, but managed 9-30 departure. Kids are still a bit Jetlagged. We checked out the rock in the harbour again, it was shrouded in mist. In fact, the whole coast suffers from a mist problem, right through the days, even though it is summer. It's really weird. We watched people on the beach and surfers through the mist, and it doesn't seem right.
Our first stop was to get some lunch at the supermarket, ...
... BIG 8000lb males (the ones that can dive to 5700ft for food and can remain submerged for 2hrs) aren’t here yet – they show up in August (right now, they’re in Alaska).We stopped at the Ragged Point Inn - Located just north of the Hearst Castle, this charming resort is best known for the most scenic ocean and mountain back-drops for a California wedding. The lush grounds are full of flowers and Cyprus trees. ...
... trees. We stopped at an overlook at the California Aqueduct, which had beautiful views and a plaque explaining how the aqueduct system works and how it is the reason so much of CA can be farmed. Water does make a difference!
CA is called the Golden State and many people think that is because of the gold rush. However, it is because the hills turn a ...
... The actual morning itself was great and we could stand in the water to about knee deep waiting for dolphins to come to the shore for their breakfast. We saw about a dozen dolphin swim within metres of us and a few had little ones with them which was cute. Tara had the opportunity to feed a dolphin which was a great experience. We spent a couple hours at Monkey Mia enjoying a stroll along the beach, having a tea & coffee overlooking the beach. Later we drove back to Denham and ...
Following Nea,s advice we are trying this idea if a blog on TravelPod but I think we may have created a monster with all the pics!!...cant help myself!!! What do you think?
Yesterday was one of those days we didn’t want to end. We
spent the morning kayaking through interconnecting lakes overlooked by one of Oregon’s
extinct volcanos ...