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... where ya come from and where ya headed?' from the passing cyclists in their club uniforms. After cycling through the appropriately named town of Summerland, we stopped at Carpenteria for food and were sorely tempted to go for a dip in the sea, given the beaches were purported to be the safest along this stretch of coast. Instead, we cracked on and then hit a beautiful new bike path that curved round the edge of the very long Seacliff Bay, made all the more attractive by the noise ...
... than done. Strangely on the map no desert is marked, but there was sand bloody everywhere and not much else, so I am not sure what qualifies these days. Our next possible sleep destination was supposedly in a town (civilisation, Yay! ) But it was literally a parking lot next to the motorway. After a few bleeps (translated as "not a chance in hell") we carried on driving and furiously Googling. Finally we seemed to be escaping the desert, which apparently we had left 90 miles back. ...
... to carry on the highway facing oncoming traffic or go down a cordoned off part. Looks like we should carry on so we do but then it gets really scary with lorries coming straight at us, looks like we did it wrong! We turn around pretty sharpest & go back and down the cordoned off part, terrifying - why no signs for the bike path anywhere? Ok back on bike path into Ventura, pretty town but we ring a few hotels & find The Inn on the ...
... hands. It's easy to spot these little guys as the big people around are all trying, one way or another, to evade the sales pitch. It creates a very different crowd flow. Once upon a time, Rick tried to make his first million selling greeting cards door to door (as was promised on the back page of one of his comic books.) Because of this experience, he is a sucker for kids selling stuff. He stopped to see what they were selling. ...
... as you could see. So right now I am Santa Barbara, Montecito to be specific, a town I will explore tomorrow. So that sums up briefly week 1 of my road-trip. Across four states; California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona, so many places visited in the beautiful hot weather. The best part comes tomorrow however, when we drive towards, Fremont, another 5 hours drive along the Pacific Coast. Once we arrive in Fremont we finally see our wonderful cousins after approx 18 ...