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... outlets in trying to raise awareness. He has been great to work with.
The concert went off without any major issues, though my camera angle did not offer much for the production due to its position. Oh well, I learn to deal with what I have. It turned out good enough, but I strive for better than that.
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... Angeles and into San Diego. In Santa Barbara I also met up again with Ben and after sharing so much of the time on the road it seemed only fitting to cycle the last week together to arrive at the end of the adventure.
The beach bike paths of downtown LA, Santa Monica and Venice Beach were fantastic places to slowly cruise, watching the competitive posturing of weight lifters at Muscle Beach or the colourful, eccentric or surgically enhanced inhabitants of an ...
... a bit and then played in the sand - even burying Sean up to his neck - luckily there were no bees on the beach this time! We then walked over to Hotel Del for some ice cream and headed back to our hotel enjoying the awesome view from atop the Coronado bridge. A truly relaxing San Diego day! Tomorrow we go to the San Diego Zoo's Safari Park and on to a Padres game in the evening thanks to our friend Jim ...
... and February is the best time to see the whales but unfortunately for us not today :( But we did see two peregrine falcons circling around over the cliffs. The old Point Loma lighthouse and the assistant keeper's quarters have been changed into a museum describing the life of a lighthouse keeper in the 1850's. There is also a small military museum which is quite interesting. There is a movie showing how to fire a 16 inch gun, and some history about how ...
... they were only serving fruit! No French fries, no burgers, just cups of fresh fruit. After a couple hours of shopping in the 30C heat we decided to go to a Wal-Mart to get a few groceries and other things we needed. We were there only a few moments when we realized that the muzac was playing Christmas carols: Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer. Oh dear. We also noticed that all the signage was in English and Spanish. Too be expected I guess but still a surprise.