Ocean Gate Inn
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Forget your Dolce & Gabbana handbags and your fancy sports cars, true happiness is a working stove that enables you to cook your porridge before lunchtime has been and gone. A third dismantling of the stove did the trick and Ange was welcomed back from the showers to a giddy husband and the Vulcanic sound of a fully-throttled Primus - it's no surprise they sell silencers for these machines. As the ride to Santa Cruz wasn't too long, ...
... the world. Once inside the aquarium, we decided to first visit the sea otters. We watched as they playfully shimmied in and out of the water, tugged on toys, chewed on ice chips, and rubbed their bellies. Then we filed into the theater to see a special program on the creatures of the deep underwater canyon just off the coast of Monterey. After learning about things like the Angler Fish and the amazing Vampire Squid, we jetted to ...
... apart - got hold of a gun and the keys: he and his companion put the officers in cell 402 & 403 - when the key didn't fit to the outdoor yard, they shot an officer - overall 2 officers and 3 inmates died during that attempt
... which it seems has very little to do with pottery! - its more about furnishings and home decorating. Strolled about, got a coffee as I walked and got out some more cash then back to the hotel to wait for our pickup. Realised we were on a bus and had left my motion sickness pills packed away in my big suitcase so rummaged around locating that (in the last place I looked of course), locked my bag then remembered something else I wanted handy! Eventually all ...
At the time of writing it is exactly 100 days since I set out from Toronto and, it's still slightly surreal. Over 4200 miles (6759km) travelled with1161 (1868km) of those down the western coast of the USA.
After crossing over 3000 miles (4828km) of Canadian territory I think I had a slightly lackadaisical attitude towards covering just half that distance to cycle the USA from top to bottom.
As a good friend commented, "That will learn me!"