Hampton Inn Channel Islands Harbor
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... 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 ...
... made with shell. I was
impressed. There I found my sister’s and my cousin’s souvenirs. During my day I
also went in the shopping center and I bought my little birthday gifts….. and
clothes (again) :D At the end of the day I had one hour left free before my
next bus so I decided to go in the Ventura County Museum. This year, the museum
celebrates their 100 years so there was ...
... here in the west behind the mountain range it gets dark very quickly. The coastline is mostly untouched although they do have their coastal towns of course but the Monterey council has forbidden any billboard advertising along the road so as to try and maintain its natural beauty. They have heaps of what they call "vista points"....which are look outs...we pulled into a heap of them...that could be why it took us so long to get here ...
... to stay in Westlake. We remembered that a couple bike tourists we met along the way had recommended staying at fire houses, so we looked up the closest one and called. Luckily, it was only 2 miles down the road, and the captain, Terry, who answered the phone told us to come on down. All the firefighters, Pat, Lynn, Clay and Terry, were very nice and accommodating. They even fed us left over enchiladas that Clay, their resident chef, had made. They pulled two ...
... is the road I lived on for 11 years with my family, where we spent many days exploring the hills and barrancas. As soon as you come to Grand Avenue take a right.
Now you will be traveling through the backside of Ojai, which is equally charming, follow Grand onto Signal, going left a few streets to Aliso Street. Pass Foothill and you will have entered the Arbolada. This is the area of Ojai which is forested with native scrub oaks. ...