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... the top of you, into a rock pool. You could see how the sea creatures interacted with the ebb and flow of the wave. We ended up leaving the gift shop with a very large orange octopus under Fed's arm, and a furry turtle under Amadeo's.
We were heading off to see Pebble beach, to grab a pebble! when Carlo helped a lady with her car door as we left Monterey, he had a long chat with her. She was a doctor in San Fran, but had a place in Pebble Beach itself. she gave ...
... refrigerator, so lucky Mel and Sayo get to help us eat the food in the freezer: one steak, chicken breast, ½ small pork tenderloin, and veggies in the refrigerator.
So, tomorrow we are taking a client plant tour. Just a few more days and then, head out. We’ll be packing Thursday and Friday. It's been a great three weeks!
So, will sign off now. Will see you all soon!
... at Monterey we found out that there was an expensive car concourse on starting that day which explains the many fancy, old and fast cars that we passed. It also explained why we couldn't get any accommodation as it had all been booked out a year in advance. So we had a quick look around the wharf, checking out the jelly fish in the marina had a drink and then moved on hoping to get a room ...
Found Point Lobos as the first "must-see" place when I searched activities for Big Sur, and we're so glad we made it! The only bad part of the day was I had to take Talia and Monica to Monterey Bay Urgent Care (all three girls had to get antibiotics on this trip - great!!! :(, so we had some complaining there, but it was a real pristine place (and not ******* the pocketbook, too). Such wonderful natural beauty to ...
... on the sand sunning themselves and further down the road there were hundreds of them on a beach, laying almost lifeless…one might have thought at first glance that they were dead, but they were very much alive. According to the signs, the males are about 5,000 pounds and the females about 1,600 pounds.
As we moved on, the wind was stronger and to get out of the car became a challenge. Since we were going north, the wind was always ...
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