Chumash Casino Resort Hotel
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Since I stayed overnight at Courtney's I got to witness the daily routine of Merritt with her chickens. Letting them out, catching one and feeding them. Courtney went to check, if there were some eggs. Then this was amazing. She found the missing chicken Silky behind the box. It must have been there for several days without food and water. Courtney got her out but ...
... even for me. Oh did grab an apple, which looked awesome but failed to deliver. Oh well we didn't really need a huge brekky.
Fortunately for us the day got better. We headed off to Goleta to see the monarch butterflies. Had to catch a couple of buses, but after an hour we were dropped off quite close to them and in we went. ( the drivers couldn't be more helpful, even when ken over paid old mate gave us a free pass to get home.)
THEY WERE BRILLIANT, a few times a ...
... so we ended up driving round the local area where he had grown up for hours. We went with him to watch the sunset over the rugged beach and as we drove up over a hill we spotted the full moon rising up over the mountains into the clear sky, it was truly amazing! By then, after a few beers the topic of porn had risen again and we had been presented with a kind gift from our new found friend, a signed copy of his latest project, a porno starring him. 'Mike Geyser: I exploit ...
After being broken by Vegas and travelling many miles across the desert it was time for a little relax time. We chose Santa Barbara, it has a relaxed lifestyle and is right next to the ocean of course. There aren't many cheap places to stay there as it's generally pretty pricey and full of many retired folk looking for a quieter way of life. We stayed in one of the only hostels which turned out to be a really ...
It was a rainy day in Santa Barbara, but that didn't stop us. It was time to explore the nearby winelands. Santa Ynez, Solvang, Los Olivos and Los Alamos are just northwest of Santa Barabara, and you can drive through the mountains of the Los Padres National Forest to get there. First stop: Bridlewood Estate Winery in Santa Ynez. On a rainy weekday you won't find many people out tasting wines, which means we had the tasting room mostly to ourselves. Our host for ...