Knights Inn Santa Cruz
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What a vibe! I've really enjoyed my time in Santa Cruz. We got down there around 4/5pm Thursday and are back on the road now (2pm Friday). It was short, but it was oh so sweet, like honey on the lips. 'So what made it so good?' Well, it was just a great beach town. Really relaxed and I think the fact that all the college kids had just finished …
... to a tired and struggling coho salmon. It was a nice size, somewhere around 8-10 pounds. It would have made a nice meal or three. It had been hooked and broke loose. The gear was still in it's mouth. We tried netting it but it had moved too far away from the dock. Rick ran back and grabbed our dinghy. But by the time he got back the fish had recovered and was gone. Good for the fish. Bad for us.
With no fish for ...
... while longer?
Soooo, when we set out the staff at the rental shop warned us that going up the estuary would take about a third of our energy while returning would require about two thirds so off we set. It was fun and easy and, as I said before, fascinating. Just before the 2 mile marker, I got nervous as our kayak was just moving right along with no help for the intrepid paddlers so we turned around and, true to instructions, the real paddling began -- ...
... She bought her first race bike here too. So much friendly help she got from Johan, a Dutch triathlete that has been living here in SC for 14 year. Thanks again! They trained in the open water as well. Thumbs up for being very brave: not to get scared because of the presence of so many creatures of the sea.
I put my rented surfboard on the roof of the jeep to meet up with Ed and others every day pretty much. Ed is the California surf ...
... Next stop was Julia pfieffer State park to see the Mcway falls. It was the cutest little waterfall spilling down onto the sand within a beautiful clear blue cove. A guy pointed out an otter to us down by the rocks. Thankfully ness spotted that he had another little otter friend down there with him. Phew!
A little drive along from the park was Nepenthe, the house Orsen Wells bought for Rita Hayworth due its surrounding views (dad was sure to inform me ...
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