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Wowwwwwww..... Von Monterey nach Santa Maria über den Highway no. 1 der pazifischen Küste entlang.... Traumhaft...!! Leider erst ab frühem nachmittag auch von der Sonne begleitet. So macht Harley fahren Spass.... Auf den Highway und Tempomat rein... …
... favor of the nature and scenery. It has been a wise choice. When you see the photos we took today, you'll be forced to agree.
We immediately, upon leaving Monterey, fall into gorgeous coastline. We make a time management decision and skip Carmel, staying true to our nature over towns choices. We are rewarded with amazing vistas as far as the eye can see. The water is a deep, dark blue, like a blue opal. The blue ...
... nearby. Whew, all day and all I’ve done is eat meals and sit on my ass! Temp has dropped significantly now that we are close to the coast, 69F when we arrived, and it’s damp again. Feels so much like home, but we hear the weather has been still really warm at home. Lucky you – it looks like rain in headed our way the next few days! Oh well, now that we are back in civilization, there’s always shopping! And, now that I have ...
... in there was Mexican, I suppose they mostly work in the fields, it seems such a contrast with the huge houses we've seen the last few days. Eventually we have to leave even though it's still raining but thankfully much lighter & off to the Travelodge we've just booked, those 9..5 miles are really hard going though as they're is such a strong headwind but the plastic bags we've put over our socks are keeping the feet warm ...
... we stayed on a trip early in our friendship. It was Saturday night so the downtown was jumping, with students enjoying the local watering holes and restaurants. Darlene shopped a gem and rock store and procured a couple stones she needed for her spiritual wellbeing. We viewed bubble-gum alley. This is a narrow walkway where anyone can stick their gum on the brick walls to commemorate their passing ...