Courtyard San Diego Carlsbad
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... to follow up on Henley's lyric than on three long, solitary road trips.
Experiencing that closed in feeling has always left me feeling fidgety and uncomfortable. The first time I remember feeling it as an adult was in the rainforest of Panama back during my Army days...then again, driving in a hilly, congested area of western Massachusetts back ...
Day 6: USA road trip Florida to Los Angeles
Departing San Antonio at 6am and driving for 1 & 1/2 hours in the dark, sure gave us a jump start on our long day....600 miles was the target , and we would have made the journey a lot quicker if we had driven at the legal speed of 80mph on Texas roads!!!!!.....crazy that cars and trucks pass us while were sitting on 70mph (cruise control) like we ...
... sorts. All 31 of us. In the distance we can see the water and just before the water and sand, we can see all our friends and family making a tunnel for us to ride into. I remember pedaling faster and my smile extending the entire length and width of my fact. (Side note: the next few hours are tricky to document simply because of my emotional state. My memory is slightly fuzzy.) We get to the sand and I grab my bike, lift it over my shoulder and start running. We run until were ...
... of viewing travel pics on the big screen which eventually descends into a mad drinking scene and when it gets a bit too boisterous for me, off to bed I go.July 13Cyndy and I hop in her plush convertible Merc, a first for me, and aim for a beach walk but due to a triathlon, roads are blocked and every effort fails so instead we walk in our bathing costumes and barefoot along a little trail by a lagoon passing a number of people walking their dogs! all casual and friendly? very ...
... br> The plan was to go to another State Beach – but since they were all booked out – even only half of the campsite is open, we went back to the South Carlsbad SP and this time had a super nice oceanfront site and enjoyed cooler and partly cloudy ocean life. But that gave Paul the opportunity to fix his flat tire on the bike.
And we spend a lot of time watching ...