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... of the summer. Another day wasted in the back of an airliner and a five hour drive north from Los Angeles got us to the home of our friends Blair, Kristin, Ewan and Lily. We found a forlorn Elephant moping around Blair's workshop. I would like to say that fettling Elephant went like clockwork but it was not so. It took us five full days of faffing about before we unceremoniously threw our gear onto the bike and farewelled our hosts. It would also add a touch of drama ...
... les voitures à rouler sur la plage, ça a quelque chose de purement ridicule. Tu te poses, et tu te demandes si le truck qui roule directement vers toi va vraiment essayer de t'éviter ou te rouler dessus. Et ouais. Ça peut être stressant la plage des fois. Eeeet ouaiiiiiiiiiiis..... Lady... Hear me tonight... Cause my feeling... Is just so right... As we dance... By the moonlight... Can't you see...? You're my delight... Lady... I just feel like... I ...
... us a couple of cold cokes in cans! --one of my favorite treats and the only way to drink coke. Yippers.
After we left we were heading towards Avila Beach, but continued to drive through the Edna Valley so I could taste wine at the many wineries, but first we drove to the Tackle Warehouse (Dave was so excited) and he bought some giant lures. After that we went to Old Edna Town site which is in the center of the Edna Valley wine region and includes some restored ...
... first visit to Hearst Castle and we were not prepared for what we saw. Randolph Hearst fulfilled his lifelong dream of creating a living museum of antiquities which he got to live in for a time. His boyhood camping hill was transformed into an eclectic mansion which could only be created with a bottomless pocketbook. Later in life he planned the donation to a caretaking entity. UC Berkley turned-down the ...
... is a “must stay.” Just be aware that it is quite remote, located about 6 miles off the main road at the end of a winding dirt road.
We left early in the morning; our destination was Salt Lake City, Utah. Geula has cousins who live there and we really wanted to see them. There were no direct roads, so we prepared ourselves for a 14 hour trip!
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