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... the wraps and a punnet of raspberries together with the apricots Jette had bought earlier all washed down with some beer made for supper on the move. Quality it may be, the jury is still out on that, but it obviously doesn't include any sound proofing. I can hear the bloke in the room next door breathing clearer than I can hear myself. Let's just hope he doesn't snore. So far, the Capri is ahead on points, but maybe breakfast tomorrow may see Quality gain the ...
... way, the dude was like the biggest old stoner surfer guy, who you would just let talk and talk and talk without any need to interrupt - mainly because at the time you're thinking is this guy for real?!! The stories would often tail off, be left unfinished, link on to something completely unrelated or on occasion he'd just stand up, walk off to his truck which he claimed had broken down, he'd drive it forward a couple of metres, then reverse it back to the same spot before ...
... our B&B in nearby Carmel by the Sea. We topped off the day with a trip to the Carmel beach where we had a nice nap on the sand after splitting a bottle of wine. The next day, we drove the "17-mile Drive," a stretch of road in an area of Carmel owned by the Pebble Beach company. They charge $9.75 to drive on this road that winds by golf courses, retirement communities, and scenic overlooks (some more scenic than others), so we refer to the drive as "Ten Dollar Drive" or ...
... rapidly since we started out and it was quite a shock getting out into the sun again. During our morning drive towards San Francisco the temperature rose from 50F when we left Mendocino to 77F about 2 hours later. Not because we had travelled south but because we'd travelled over the mountains. The Anderson Valley is wine country. Rows and rows of vines on the hillsides. And noticeably parched and dry land around. Just like ...