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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 ...
We made it today to Alex's new home: Los Angeles! We woke up early and skipped the classic Vegas buffet breakfast (we'll have to come back sometime for that experience!) and hit the road. I drove the 5 hours as Alex slept. There wasn't much to see- mostly the Mojave Desert. Throughout this whole road trip we haven't hit any traffic whatsoever but of course when we hit LA's interstate 10 it was a wall. It was a bit rushed at the end the but we made it by the ...
... the banks along with various birds including turkey vultures, ravens, crows and several smaller species. We pitched tent and were just getting all comfy and building a fire, when Wendy announced that she couldn't find the electric pump for the air bed. This is not good. This means sleeping on the lumbago inducing hard ground. Spine trauma is not pleasant and after a long and desperate search (imagine the scene, entire contents of car and bags strewn across ...
... apartment buildings. Each and every one has a boat dock in front. Each and every dock has a boat and often several. What is the most amazing part is there are sailboats that have either shortened their masts in order to be able to pass under the bridge or have the ability to lower the mast just enough to pass under it. That's one serious commitment to sailing.
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... those that are much older.
At 5:15, we left for home to get ready for dinner. We were hoping to find something casual where the kids could run around and play. Myles, Sam Jackson, and Catherine had been having fun all day together, and we didn’t want it to stop now. We found the most ideal place imaginable that was outdoor, next to the ocean, with gorgeous gardens and sand to play in for the ...