Santa Ynez Inn
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... our winter clothing. Locals pick us out as being 'tourists' based purely on our attire - they think wearing shorts, short sleeve shirts and specifically flip flops (or 'thawngs' as they like to imitate our Aussie accent), is crazy. Anyway.. This morning we caught the Amtrak train from Union Station to Santa Barbara. Apparently LA doesn't have great public transportation, and so a lot of people drive - hence the massive traffic jams. You can only imagine 18 million ...
... chicken started picking on her. So she got her own box. Poor little Silky is quite skinny. I'm sure with the good care of Merritt and Courtney it will make it. Then Courtney found the first 2 eggs that these chickens were laying. What a day! I enjoyed the nice weather in a Santa Ynez and came down to SB after lunch only. I joined Jenny and her kids to the library to ...
... to learn more about the people who populate this revolving ball in the universe.
After the tour, I wonder over to a resto, Tupelo Junction, that has a lineup out the door (I noticed it during the tour as well). Being a party for one, I was quickly seated. I'm up at the bar and after much pondering settle on this dish:
Dungeness Crab Cake & Potato Hash w/ Avocado Salsa, Poached Egg, Beurre Blanc & Toast
... beautiful beaches that cannot be reached, surfers trying to catch the wave and many animals: pelicans and other kinds of birds, sea lions, young elephant seals and many Ford Mustang convertibles :-)
Elena and Ariana got a bit car sick because they were doing homework while we were driving. Poor girls. John, needs to stop every minute to take more and more pictures of the scenery. By ...
... set up in perfect rows that looked so organized!
At this point we were actually in the same wine country as Miles and Jack in the movie Sideways. We decided to stop for a quick pic at the Windmill Inn, in Buellton. Good times!
We were getting hungry for lunch so we continued to Pismo beach for some fish tacos. There were some surfers and we were excited to see another beach.
We then continued on to Cambria, a cute little town with more shops and restaurants. ...