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... out of daylight.
My favorite spot was the Painted Cove trail, as there all the colors came together.
The lavender rocks didn't show up as vividly on the photos as the rock really is. The lavender lava is about 40 million years old, is called Rhyolite Lava and contains feldspar and quartz. It came from a near-by source (volcano or split in the earth's crust) because this particular lava is very thick and slow moving compared to the red, white ...
... it. By the time we got there it was time for a cuppa so we followed a sign for a cafe off to the right hand side of the road.
It led us to a pier - then onto the pier. We found a fabulous little cafe and sat and enjoyed our coffee for a while.
Then we heard it. The loudest honking and barking so of course we followed the sounds.
They appeared to be coming from the side of the pier we were on and as we turned the corner, the sight that met us was dozens ...
... and baked potato. Dare I say it, but the potato and veggies was better than the steak :(. I followed it up with the chocolate bunt cake, however I totally should have followed it up with the cheesecake instead. At least I know for next time!
After dinner there was an announcement over the PA system, saying that they were playing a movie in the theatre room for Sleeper Car passengers only. So at 8pm I went down to the theatre and caught up with my Marvel ...
... course you happen to be doing in excess of 20 MPH over the limit. They got strict on speeding when they raised the limit to 70 MPH last year. But I digress…..
Barney had me dead to rights. I was so distracted that I did not even see him. Normally I can spot a Crown Vic from a mile away, but my eyes were on the mirror looking for fresh road kill. His lights were flashing before I even passed. I eased the old girl down to a crawl and made my way to the shoulder ...
... wrong as this place could not be further from it's Indian namesake, seemed like the average age was 70 where everyone wears a baseball cap, not of their favorite sports team or college like the rest of the US but supporting their favorite motor oil?
We settled on lunch at an old friend "The Black Bear Diner". The food was good when it eventually arrived, our waitress who surely should have stopped working at least 10 years ...