Super 8 Salinas
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Wanted to do laundry today but laundry room didn't sell detergent.
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... Were we entering the heart of pumpkin world? Signs announced an upcoming festival which we would sadly miss. We stopped off at a cafe where we served by an androgynous youth and decided not to have a pumpkin pie, muffin or coffee. The I-1 soon started hugging the coast, which became more dramatic as we headed south. It was quite rough too as we saw several surfers. We arrived ...
... Sayo, Gerry, and Russ’ mom) worked in the sardine factory when they first moved to Monterey toward the end of WWII.
And, as we drove to and from Salinas, you saw the fertile earth growing lettuce, broccoli, and other vegetables that we couldn’t recognize. Such a difference from the clay in Cincinnati.
Dinner that night, Dick and I went to The Grill on Ocean Avenue in Carmel. It ...
... originally an old fish cannery town. They’re all closed and have been turned into shops, restaurants, bars, and more shops! It has a lot of charm and the streets are right at the water. We ate at Sly McFly’s Lunch and Dinner House. We sat next to the front windows and enjoyed a great meal and lots of people watching. Afterwards Harlan sought out the Harley and candy stores. There was nothing too interesting at the Harley ...
... We found an Italian restaurant and had a nice meal chatting about what we had all done and getting to know more about each other. As it turned out we found that we had all been at the same San Simeon campsite the same evening a couple of nights before with the wild coyote howling!! Our meal finished and so we hitched a ride back to the campsite and invited John and Kelly for a night cap. We had far too many glasses of wine but we had a very enjoyable close to our first day in ...
... the fields went as far as you could see, right up to the surrounding hills.
Being somewhere near Salinas, wouldn't have been complete without Willie Nelson wailing out his version of Bobby McGee so Roy made sure that tape (yes, we actually have a tape deck!) was playing as we went through. Hope you "young" readers get the reference...
Highway 101 was a double lane divided highway all the way so the driving was pretty easy for Roy and not ...