Shutters on the Beach
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... think yourself lucky! :) A dip in the lovely sparking waves too ended the day nicely, and before we knew it, it was 7pm and time to head home and shower before hitting the town to see a band that Fat Ricky had flown in from Nashville. So after showering and some nibbles, we were about to start walking down into Santa Monica to the club and a call from Fat Ricky came through to say that he would pick us up in the party bus because he was only ...
... is a beautiful Mall and being the beautiful day we sat outside and had lunch at Monsieur, a french restaurant. I had the salmon which was beautiful pan seared and Peter had the Tuna Nicoise Salad, and real strips of tuna. We both shared a bottle of white wine and fined our lunch with Tart Tartan and a caffe latte.
We did a little more gift shopping, then returned to Venice beach where we spent the remaining afternoon packing our bags.
... haul ourselves up into it, but bravely did so, Anne behind wheel, Jenn behind the GPS. And so together we tackled the Texan highways into downtown San Antonio on NYE. On the RHS of the road. In a massive ute. On highways twisted like a tortured pretzel. Thirty minutes to midnight. We happily reached our hotel with huge carpark after a close encounter with two cars when We veered straight across their line of travel, eek! But respect for our superior ...
After we switched the car this morning, Robyn went window shopping while I read up on the car controls. The young ones were out late last night but were up and ready for brunch when we got back to the house at 11am. We had a fine meal at Abigail's at Hermosa Beach and we met Morgan and Maggie, more friends. Then Erin and Pete took Lizzie to the airport while Rob and I hired a couple of "cruiser" push bikes (Rob had ...
Elmer Long's Bottle Tree Ranch was something that could easily be driven past, yet well worth the stop. The bottle sculptures (if that's what you'd call them) were absolutely memorising and in the midday sun, really beautiful. Plus even though the yard was filled with old machinery, and licence plates etc, it was 15 minutes ...