Hampton Inn Channel Islands Harbor
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... Day at the Fair." Free entry, free concert, bargain.
The fair itself was like a miniature Royal Easter Show. The entertainment concert by Neil Sedaka was just wonderful. Of course he sang all of his old favourite songs (the ones we grew up with) plus a few new ones he has written recently.
He kept the crowd enraptured for over an hour and a half. It seemed funny to see rows and rows of grey headed people bopping along and singing ...
... We look out towards Santa Cruz and Anacapa Islands as we travel south along the coast. We soon come to the cities of Goleta and Santa Barbara- tall mountains on the left and the ocean on our right. You can't beat the scenery here!
Within the hour we turn off of the highway and head towards the barn. We enjoyed our 2 months of adventure, spending time with old friends and visiting with our family in McCall, ID and Santa Maria, CA. And yes, it is always nice to be home.
... would be fun to see. We pumped up the dinghy, which has been living on the foredeck since San Francisco and lowered it into the water. A short while later the wind, which was forecast to be light and not expected to come into the “anchorage,” became not so light and came right smack into the anchorage. We raised the anchor and by the time we got going the wind was blowing quite hard. The gusts were 45 knots! That is a gale! Luckily ...
... with huge numbered tags. By the way, condors have an impressive wingspan but are they UG-LY! They have featherless, pink heads (like turkey vultures), a face only a mother and some bird conservationists could love, and they just look unappealing. However, when they fly--very beautiful. Anyway, we saw and heard sea lions way down on the beach below; it was probably 200 yards down from where the PCH “vista point” was where we stopped our car ...
... and it was 10pm so quiet hours now. Rich turned it off then went back 5 minutes later to in turn ask them to stop talking right outside our van so they didn't wake the children. Don't mess with the Kemptons.
Best news for the day is that the Cheyne grandparents are on their way to Vancouver. We are all so excited to see them on Friday.
That's more like it, the sun is shining for our last big American drive. Oh and what a treat. Highway 1, The Big Sur, now ...