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Travel Blogs from Pebble Beach
... viewpoint we try to reach but we are stuck behind a massive RV. The guy driving the RV thinks he can fit through a gate made only for 2 normal cars. So we wait a while to get through.
Another cool stop on the drive was the Ghost tree. Nothing scary here just some cool trees that apparently have ghostly shadows (no they don't). The trees are close to the coast and again it's nice to be near water.
Hinesh realises that the golf course on Pebble ...
... is teaching her the killer moves as he played at the college level. Marianna has done a great job with this brood of kids. Hats off to both Marianna and Mike. This was not easy and they have done a great job. We could not stay long, but while we were there we heard from Hannah who is now at UCSD, so we will see their eldest daughter when we reach San Diego. We headed down the Central Valley, John Steinbeck country, trying to figure out the vegetables they ...
... RV to pick up their car so they could drive back home to Walnut Creek. Then, tired as we were, we had to go grocery shopping to stock up Big Mo. Fred took on that task while Carol unpacked everything from the car and put it back in its place. We snuggled in to our bed late that night, but it was good to be back in our little home on wheels.
Saturday, Oct 5
Today started with lunch at the Green's ...
... Gerry, is coming over for dinner tonight, and the recipe is in Pinterest. Good thing the Internet is back! Well, life is good.
So, what have we been doing since I last blogged?
- We went to a great restaurant in Monterey called the Turtle Bay Taqueria recommended by someone we met in Augusta, MI at our nephew’s 7th birthday party. Jay used to live ...
... I have had: thick, creamy, and lots of clams. Just as advertised by my cousin's husband, Mel.