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... will be flying into San Diego to join us as crew aboard Winterhawk. The two of us can handle the boat alone under normal circumstances. So far we have been hopping from one harbor to the next consisting of mostly day trips. On the Ha-Ha we'll run day and night for 3 days before the first stop. If we went with just the two of us we'd be pretty pooped at each stop and miss all the fun planned for each anchorage. We figure the more ...
... John made all of these spectacular additions to their house over the years when their kids were younger. They are a close family, and though we didn’t get to meet the kids, we could tell by the many photos and indoor playground that they were well-loved. It was a special treat to meet them and learn more about their stories traveling. Kindred spirits!
We made great time getting home, and went to sleep close to midnight.
... and stayed if that one and only table hadn't started fighting. Great.
After getting out of there, I made my way further down the street to a run down 24 hour "Cafe" selling stale donuts through filthy display windows, some of which have never seen a rag or Windex, while boarded up completely. The shop owner for this obvious drug front said I was allowed to stay if I bought something. Um... yuck? I finally settled on ...
... 1 Day is definitely not enough, well 3 hours anyway to see San Fransisco as it needs a good couple of days to wander about leisurely and see everything. But we made use of our time and walked up Lombard Street to view the crooked street from afar, the closest we could get in the time frame we had but the kids could see it and were pleased anyway. A few more blocks away was Fishermen's Wharf which we walked to, the crowds were amazing as this must be the number one tourist ...
... feet doesn't seem like much, especially after the 7,000, 8,000 10,000 foot elevations we saw in Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. But these were steep and frequent. Repeated instances of 5 and 6 percent grades, both up and down. We stopped at the Redwood National Park visitor center, where, oddly enough, we got a nice view of a tidal marsh, and we took a short detour on the Avenue of the Giants, where the redwoods are big enough in diameter to drive a truck through.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility