Chumash Casino Resort Hotel
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Ok... They called this endurance training... Taped some "power " numbers on our bar to reference to while we rode. 89.7 k ... My longest ride of the year, about 1200m of climbing. We went to the beach, but other than seeing the sand this wasn't a trip to the beach ... Refuel, reload water and back we went ... At least we were in three groups today , I got stuck in the middle group ...
... on the roads..the congestion slows people down to 1-5 mph for hours apparently. We have been using the metro (subway trains mostly, but some buses), and it is really quiet with not many people around which means minimal waiting time. It is actually super easy to navigate & quick, so I can't understand why you would want to drive! Anyway, the last half hour or so of the train ride is right along the coast - very pretty, but with the greyish coloured sands in some spots, ...
... books for Catalina. After we got back Kira and I played "Eile mit Weile" again while Jenny was preparing a great dinner. Noodles with artichokes but very specially prepared. It was very good. Later I had to pack. 1 bag for Catalina, 1 suitcase for the trip. I will leave the big suitcase here with Ty & Jenny's. It is so great to have all these homes here in ...
... by the chattering and fighting of raccoons who had come across a bag of food we'd stupidly left out side the tent. Even with Gary bravely leaping out of bed and chasing them off the little *******s had still managed to get into a bag of peanut M&Ms (which must have been what I'd heard them crunching on) and unwrapped a Lindt chocolate. When we unzipped our tent in the morning one even had the nerve to saunter past the ...
El Camino Real is the route that followed the Franciscan to found missions in California. There are 21 of these missions with a distance between them of a day on a horse or a mule. We were lucky to see three of them: San Francisco (Mission Dolores), Carmel (or Mission San Carlos Borromeo del Rio Carmelo) and Santa Barbara. This morning, out ...