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We drove down to Joan's house on Saturday.
She's our friend who lives in Castroville The artichoke capital of California!
Paul and I thought as we were in the area where there are a number of Catholic Missions that it might be nice to go to Mass in one of them.
So after consulting with Joan, plus our trusty GPS, we decided that the one mentioned in the caption was the one to go to.
It was a ...
... brought us to the top of a cliff side overlooking a white beach and translucent blue water with a waterfall falling eighty feet off the cliffside onto the sand. This is the classic Big Sur postcard shot where the amazing beach and sand are punctuated on one side by the majestic Pacific and on the other side by rising mountains. We made our way to a far more isolated area called Partington Cove, where a trail wound a half mile down the cliffside across a bridge and through a tunnel ...
... up the trees.
For our last evening in Carmel we walk to the main street and look at the local art, sculpture & glass exhibition. It is very interesting and many of the locals were out to support the event. Later on we went to "Basils" and had another lovely dinner. For a fairly small town, they have over 100 restaurants. We were surprised how busy everywhere was, given that our visit was during the week. We have loved Carmel, loved our ...
Today was kind of a lazy day. We were planning to go to the aquarium but had a tee time booked for 2:00 this afternoon so we decided to stay in Monterey for another day so that we can really devote a good chunk of time to the aquarium.
We are camped at the city fairgrounds and on Mondays there is a flea market here. We woke up this morning to see a bunch of tables that were set up ...
Jeff and Mate took us for a all along Carmel Beach this morning with a scenic drive along the coast. We saw the famous Pebble Beach golf course from a distance and famous people's houses galore. He then dropped us off at Ish & Mathias's where we met 6 month old Arabella for the first time. A baby with lots of character already and who will be wriggling her way through life as soon as she gets her feet! We also got to meet Captain, their Rhodesian Ridgeback rescue ...