Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Carpinteria
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... are packed, sitters are booked ( thanks Grace & George) & we are outta here.
Arriving at airport we got the upgrade we wanted.. yes the posh seats, I don't ever think I can go back lol. Peter Gordon designed the menu a starter of venison, mains Moorish chicken hapuka yummy. Beds made up and zzzs caught before landing.
Not sure what the deal was but we go ...
After a nice breakfast at Tyler & Jenny's we did more of Santa Barbara sight seeing. First we drove to the harbor. We saw Damon again and got the famous T-Shirts for Spitz & Zimmi. We even had the chance to watch Damon taking a sailboat out of the water for inspection. This was fun watching. Heidi and I walked along the breakwater wall while Mom was sitting on a ...
... had brought along some of Uncle Ron's paintings and asked if we wanted to take some home. We were also surprised to learn that Peggy had driven here in her 1972 VW camper in which we had last ridden in New Jersey in 1972. This same camper had been to England on the QE2 and travelled much of Europe. It also completed the trip from Vancouver to Mexico every year for about 12 years. In fact ...
... high tide overnight.The next morning, our new friends came over for breakfast. Erik has a way of being much friendlier than me, so the breakfast invite happened while I was gone from the fire for five minutes. At least one of us is friendly! Erik made everyone eggs, potatoes, and bacon, and we spent the remainder of the morning blogging, walking around on the beach, and crocheting. Every once in a while, we would look up to watch the dolphins playing or swimming ...
... Obispo and visiting the Mission. We had visited many of Junipero Serras's Mission when we were in the Sierra Gorda in Mexico so it was exciting to visit this one in what was once part of New Spain.