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... a cool group photo on the boat before saying our goodbyes and heading back to camp. We decided that evening to continue the special by having something special to eat for dinner so went to the fishmongers and got a dozen tiger prawns for me and a nice piece of fish for Tara. That evening I did a lemon garlic butter sauce and we enjoyed a lovely bottle of wine under the stars talking about the day we had experienced. We actually didn't have the best night sleep that night and ...
... tank with its giant plungers creating the current and waves necessary for the kelp to survive. The tank is enormous and supports a huge abundance of sea life. We watched as a diver went into the tank to feed the vast schools of fish. We went on to the open sea exhibits. We were then lucky to get in prime position for the feeding of the big fish. We saw leopard and broadnose sevengill sharks, sturgeon, chinook salmon and the massive giant sea bass. We then went on to see ...
- Local pizza starter, with a chef aiming to please
Flagstaff, Arizona caters mostly to the tourist trade (not uncommon for most of our travels so far), but we steered clear of downtown in the hope of finding excellent food at a better value. We found Satchmo's, a cozy little ...
Left Adobe Inn at 9am after a pretty bad continental breakfast and TomTom took us straight to all the bad hills as usual. Took around an hour with lots of walking to find route one, not a good start. Almost immediately to the 17 mile drive road to Carmel, it's a $10 dollar toll road but the guy didn't charge us! It's really beautiful with wonderful houses, the waves were pretty huge too. Great empty beach with lots of walkers, didn't see Clint ...
... the RV back. We picked up Chris in the minivan and headed 50 miles south to Lompac to stay with Sonia and Stuart, my parents friends who used to live in Denver. Stuart was feeling a lot better being at sea level than when we had seen him in Denver (the mile high city) a few weeks earlier. We had a fantastic evening catching up with them and had a great dinner and cracked open a few bottles of wine doing a pinot noir tasting between California and ...