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... looking for trouble, but that doesn’t mean it won’t find me. I believe that when the bus leaves the station with your name on it, it will find you whether you are sitting in your living room or wandering the back alleys of Borneo. Then again, we get insurance that includes emergency evacuation and I carry three courses of antibiotics with us. I’m nobody’s fool.
Time to put all this aside and begin an ...
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... supper at the Harford Pier ...for those of you with RV's, you would be in good company here! Everywhere! We had to have the car returned by noon so once up and things loaded, we made our way along noting an amazing number of oil rigs, pipelines, and vineyards..disturbing landscape! Now we will stop and get the next part of the trip organized...New Zealand is on the ...
... on Hwy 17, had breakfast and went to Fry's to get a new computer for Adam. We drove back through the hills. It was a beautiful drive. We had dinner and a quiet evening at the motorhome. Sunday morning, Brian and I went on our own to the Boardwalk and Wharf and did some walking and visited a museum dedicated to the preservation of the Monterey Bay. We met up with ...
... bought food for a meal Theodora was planning for the house that evening.
We then went for a walk along the sea-front and visited the Surf Museum and discovered that Santa Cruz was the first place in North America where they surfed, and that it had been introduced by some visiting Hawiians.
There were a number of pleasant benches to sit and watch the waves and - as seems to be the tradition the world over - most had been dedicated to the memory of ...