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... monster for miles up the valley. The valley
today looks like a detonated mine field. There were three dredges, one of which
they dismantled and shipped off to Peru
to do it all again.
Back to the Fossil Beds: the scenery here is unique. So many hills are peaked or cone shaped; their colours are: brown, red, green, purple, yellow, grey blue. I’m trying to go around the ...
... the one they play at for some of the US open so we have to see it. We park up and head to the club house. It is super chi chi foo foo. We are completely under dressed in our hoodies, shorts and thongs. I want a coffee so we order one from the waitress that greets us and we take a quick look at the green. The roped off section in front of the clubhouse is the 18th hole. All the tourists are taking happy snaps while the locals sit in the chi chi foo foo cafe and eat ...
... wifi so we were able to have a quick call with Mel and Jon.
When we left the aquarium we walked around Cannery Row a bit. There were lots of references to Steinbeck. I think I will get the book from the library as I don't think I've read it yet.
We were about 5 Kms from the motorhome but there was an accident along the way so it took a LONG time to get back.
... started from donated land from the Pebble Beach Company to the YWCA so women could take classes in practical subjects such as money management, sewing, cooking, and typing. Sadie could care less, she found a pup named Romeo to play with.
Recently Terri was given the keys to the City, well, she is an employee, but still, it's the city, well city hall, anyway, the key works. We saw Terri's office and even met city manager ...
... Gerry, is coming over for dinner tonight, and the recipe is in Pinterest. Good thing the Internet is back! Well, life is good.
So, what have we been doing since I last blogged?
- We went to a great restaurant in Monterey called the Turtle Bay Taqueria recommended by someone we met in Augusta, MI at our nephew’s 7th birthday party. Jay used to live ...