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... the banks along with various birds including turkey vultures, ravens, crows and several smaller species. We pitched tent and were just getting all comfy and building a fire, when Wendy announced that she couldn't find the electric pump for the air bed. This is not good. This means sleeping on the lumbago inducing hard ground. Spine trauma is not pleasant and after a long and desperate search (imagine the scene, entire contents of car and bags strewn across ...
... at children and the rollercoaster was worse than the one on Brighton Pier but people seemed to be enjoying themselves on it.
Venice Beach and the real Muscle Beach was next. This place was heaving with people playing basketball, on the skate park or working out in Muscle Beach. A quick stroll around the place but no chance on the equipment this time. We leave Venice and head towards Walmart to get the sweets we all need ...
... the only damage was lost glasses and some bruised (literally) egos.
We evidently didn’t time our run through the surf correctly. That right there is what is called an understatement. As we came in we didn’t get up on the wave we were trying to ride and the wave behind us came up too quickly and picked up the rear of the boat and jammed the front of the boat straight down into the sand! Rick remembers the crunching sound that ...
... ve been hanging around the area as our generator died on us and the parts replacement and repair was taking forever it seemed.
August 16th – We left Ventura and headed closer to Van Nuys where our generator was hospitalized. Malibu was as good a place to hang our as any, so back we came.
August 17th – Took a long walk on Malibu beach and looked for the house that Dex ...
... Since that time it has been maintained as a state park, where the estate, and its considerable collection of art and antiques, is open for public tours. Mr Hearst formally named the estate "La Cuesta Encantada" ("The Enchanted Hill"). There are a number of different tours you can do of the castle and grounds, each costing around $25. The visitors centre is located just off Highway 1 and from there you catch a bus up to the castle which stands at the top of a ...