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... of the photos that I have attached.
Came back to Junie and Tina's for one more night or maybe two, haven't decided yet.
Thinking about staying in San Francisco for a day or two to retrace my footsteps from my youth when I spent many a summer in "the city!"
Would like to hook up with Tayton, Justin's buddy, in Santa Cruz for a dinner, perhaps, Sunday night.
... was huge, and if you like oysters, its the right place to be. The cars at Tomales Bay Oyster Company not only had filled the car park, but most of the surrounding roads, on both sides. They pretty much take the oysters right off the oyster beds and straight into your hands. At this stage I had never had an oyster before so although I was clueless as to whether I enjoy them or not, I had the distinct impression that if you were going to try oysters from anywhere, this would be the ...
... time since I saw it.
I went to the tree and it was awesome. The first time I went to the tree, there were people in there so I visited quick and came back later. The second time I was there no one was in there so I got to spend some time with the tree. People have carved all over the trunks. I don't know how old it is, but it seems like it would be a 100 years old. But I am not sure.
After giving my tree lots of love pats, I went to watch the ...
... the whales. They are the largest creature to ever inhabit the earth. According to Bob on Sunshine when they surface right in front of you they appear to be just a tad smaller than an aircraft carrier. He announced their appearance on the radio. Good taste prohibits me from quoting his transmission here. Suffice it to say it was salty. Very very salty.
Thankfully they never appeared in front of us. They did come up off ...
... over the Russian River bridge and rode into Bodega Bay ahead of schedule. They seem to be getting faster and stronger as the ride progress's. Here is the link to Brian's Garmin that captures today's ride details: http://connect.garmin.com/activity/3552 48288
Julie and Sharon visited historic Fort Ross and found an old school house that dated back into the 1800's. ...