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... got their boarding pass for the "Scarlet Bell" where the wedding was to be held. The mood is excited as this is a different kind of wedding..on a boat!
We left shore shortly after 4 pm and the wedding was then going to be at sunset. The cabin upstairs was packed. I got up first to the front and stood for the wedding party to walk down the aisle. Even though water was calm, we still didn't have "sea legs" and swayed. My soles would ...
... and ended up at a clasic car show which nobody had expected. We ended the day by having amazing mexican food with some local beer.
Unfortunaly, the next day we had to say goodbye to both of them as it was time to move on to our next location - San Francisco.
Thank you Ruth and Charles for a fantastic time and thank you for the ice box... no more warm pate for John. Hope to see you in Europe soon.
... are for a raffle and are a dollar apiece" said the young girl. "What are you raising the money for?" Rick asked. She responded "they're for my brothers baseball team." At that point Rick turned to the brother and tried to get him involved in the sale but he was pretty shy. A career in sales is clearly not in his future. However, his sister may have found her calling!
Rick asked to take a look at what the prizes were. The grand ...
... we were expecting to see.
Up and off early and a stop for breakfast at our first pit stop. Julia Pfeiffer Burns Outlook and Waterfall Trail. We do the short walk from the car park to the lookout points whilst Taya has her morning nap. The corrugated iron tunnel to get there is a hit with Dylan. It's a stunner, the view that is, not the tunnel! We are high up on the cliffs looking down at an untouched beach where a waterfall pours down onto the sand. The water is a ...
... to the east was the most amazing dragon’s back sandstone ridge that includes Boney Mt and the triple peaks. I had considered hiking there but went to MCSP instead – doh! It was a good spot though – I am back here in a month and plan to hike Mt San Jacinto. That is weather dependent though and if the snow is in I will heading back to do Old Boney and the other 3100ft peaks on that ridge.
Once the hike was done I decided to motor ...