Travelodge Salinas-John Street
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... my score didn't match - no matter, it was great fun. We play the Navy Course on Thu, then back to Fort Ord to play the Black Horse course on Fri. Robyn, Jo and Connie are shopping and touristing, and visited the Monterey Bay Aquarium yesterday. It has become more focussed on conservation and less on tourism. Our old home on 17 Mile Drive has had a facelift and looks good from the ...
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- Local brewpub with very tasty food, $2 pints on special
- BBQ in an incredible setting, plus comforty smoked turkey open faced
- Simple deli sandwiches in surreal Ouray
Spectacular scenery leaving Lake Tahoe, and for a long time after, with mountains, valleys, beautiful rivers and so forth. Through huge areas of farmland and then fruit and vegetable production areas. Lunch at a very interesting setup called Casa Fruita. It has fresh fruit, but various other buildings with a restaurant........a cafe .......a lovely shop selling pickles, and huge variety of giftware, a small railway and a carousel. On to Salinas, where a ...
... the woman at the gate said I didn't need to take anything with me??) and then took off for my next adventure. The bar was getting higher and higher!!
As I continue on my adventures, I become more and more aware of how much more fun it can be to share adventures with someone else. Continuing to be me and my "committee" gets a bit old, but they can be entertaining when I am in new places.
... stinky down wind ....
And by complete contrast, although still nature at her best, a gentle downhill stroll to the picture postcard perfect waterfall onto picture perfect beach with perfect gentle waves and perfect deep blue sea. All this perfection! What a way to approach San Francisco, the city of perfect beautiful people.
I still associate San Francisco with flower power and hippies - shows my age