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It's been just over four months since we returned to Berkeley from our trip around the world. It's taken us this long to gain enough perspective to write a proper epilogue for our journey. The transition back to Berkeley was remarkably (and in many ways sadly) quick. Alex and I almost instantly became slaves to our iPhones again and the kids had sleepovers within a day or so of returning home. Still, we are changed in subtle ways and hopefully for the kids in ways ...
... home in Buckley and named Camp Muir after John Muir who lived here in Martinez. The site is now a national historic site that covers about several hundred acres and has landmarks on it like old wagons and windmills. Some old sheds were preserved and have historical artifacts that were used in old farming days. There are still a lot of trees here. John Muir was very into nature and it shows by seeing ...
... San Francisco it became quite overcast for the remainder of our day. We made various scenic stops along the way and eventually made it down to Pacific Grove, where we are staying the next 2 nights. We are in a condo right on the water of the Monterey Bay and took some time to walk along some of the seaside trails. We ate at a beachside restaurant and watched a momma sea otter hunting for crabs while her baby slept...floating.
... across! We tried to get into the liveliest bar around but Kiran had forgotten his ID. It worked out well as the next place was a classic redneck/country bar, and sat down was our friend from earlier. He swiftly had us drinking Jack Daniels while listening to George Jones and Roger Miller! It felt like we were in a country film. After a friendly chat with the locals we kindly said goodnight and headed back to camp. It was a good ...
... does not visit! We certainly encountered so interesting characters en route! The restaurant was reviewed as being a 'diamond in the rough'.
The Americans love large - no super-large portions so the plates were full. Grits are not Simons thing ( see he doesn't eat everything) but the meals were nice.
We got back onto the #47 Bus to go to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39. We had some tickets for an hour cruise ( courtesy of Jackie - thank you! ) of ...